Attorney General Jay Nixon plans to spend his last year in office fighting methamphetamine in Missouri. Kyle Elfrink has that story from Jefferson City.
Over the previous three years Nixon has fought for de-segregation in schools and in favor campaign finance laws. Now, in his final year, he's focusing on Missouri's methamphetamine problem. Part of his plan, addresses meth on the Internet ...
A packaged internet bill that includes Nixon's proposal has already passed the House. It's now up for Senate discussion and a vote.
From the state capitol, I'm Kyle Elfrink.
Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon is going to fight methamphetamine during the final year of his term. Kyle Elfrink has the story from Jefferson City.
Jay Nixon plans to concentrate on Missouri's methamphetamine problem over the next year. He's currently pushing legislation that address meth and the Internet.
Nixon says the bill has met approval so far...
Nixon says it's vitally important that Missouri drug-enforcement is up-to-speed with the growing drug industry on the Internet. From the state capitol, I'm Kyle Elfrink.