JEFFERSON CITY — A judge spared subpoenaed members of Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's administration from testifying before a Missouri House panel Thursday as top Republican lawmakers suggested the governor was trying to stonewall an investigation into whether officials are trying to comply with a federal proof-of-identity law.
Judge spares Gov. Nixon's staff from testifying about driver's licenses
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