JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon wrapped up action on legislation passed this year by lawmakers, signing measures Friday that require periodic reviews of state regulations and that repeal old programs. Another bill that includes changes to sentencing for crack cocaine will take effect without Nixon's signature.
Law changing sentencing for crack cocaine will go into effect without signature
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