With less than one year left in office, Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon says he's most proud of restoring respect to his office. Kyle Elfrink has the story from Jefferson City.
The attorney general was elected to his position in 1996 after his predecessor was sent to jail. Since then, Jay Nixon says his office has managed to regain respect ...
Nixon's term expires next January. In this final year, he says he will concentrate on passing legislation that fights Missouri's ever-growing methamphetamine problem.
From the state capitol, I'm Kyle Elfrink.