I’ve never seen Jay Nixon as jolly as he looked on television Wednesday night. He was relentlessly upbeat as he delivered his State of the State address and sketched his “long-term strategy to create a vibrant future” for a state he characterized as clearly the best-managed, most forward-looking and prettiest in the union.
COLUMN: Nixon's calls for bipartisanship likely to fall on deaf ears
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