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Lawmakers Seek Answers from Nixon

<st1:place><st1:city><span style="font-family: Arial;">SPRINGFIELD</span></st1:city><span style="font-family: Arial;">,&nbsp;</span><st1:state><span style="font-family: Arial;">Mo.</span></st1:state></st1:place><span style="font-family: Arial;">&nbsp;- A group of republican state lawmakers came to&nbsp;</span><st1:city><st1:place><span style="font-family: Arial;">Springfield</span></st1:place></st1:city><span style="font-family: Arial;">&nbsp;to get answers from the Governor and his administration over the release of personal information.</span>

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A group of republican state lawmakers came to Springfield to get answers from the Governor and his administration over the release of personal information.

An investigation is underway by the Bi-Partisan Investigative Committee on Privacy Protection.

The controversy in the legislature stems from the Missouri Department of Revenue forwarding records of people who have carry-conceal permits.

The Investigative Committee voted to issue subpoenas to six Nixon employees this week.

Nixon has said in the past that state and federal laws have been followed.

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