Blunt and Nixon Still at Odds Over MOHELA Sale
JEFFERSON CITY - Despite what they view as interference by the attorney general, Governor Blunt and university and college presidents reaffirmed their stance on the MOHELA sale.
Nixon's threat of a lawsuit temporarily delayed Blunt's plan to sell student loan profits.
MOHELA sale supporters see profit and think Nixon's motives are political.
"He wants to deny this administration a very positive move that has a lot of bipartisan support and that will help the people of Missouri," said Peter Kinder, Missouri Lieutenant Governor.
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