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Nixon in Springfield, Branson Today to Discuss Vetoes

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will be making two stops in the Ozarks today to talk about two of his vetoes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will be making two stops in the Ozarks today to talk about two of his vetoes.

He'll be at the Highway Patrol Headquarter in Springfield this afternoon to talk about his veto of the bill which would increase driver's license fees.  Nixon says Senate Bill 51 would create $22 million in new or increased fees by local license offices.

And Nixon will be in Branson tonight to talk again about his veto of House Bill 253, the tax cut measure, which he says would cause cuts to education and raise taxes on prescription drugs
He'll make his remarks at 6:30 at Branson Public Schools District Office.

Earlier Report: Nixon Vetoes Bill that Would Have Raised Driver's License Fees

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