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The Missouri general assembly is composed of the senate of 34 members, half of whom are elected every 2 years for 4-year terms, and the house of representatives, with 163 members, all of whom are elected every 2 years. The general assembly meets annually. The governor is elected for 4 years and may succeed himself once. The chief judicial officers are the 7 supreme court judges. The Missouri Plan for selecting judges, adopted in 1945, has become a nationwide model for the nonpartisan assignment of judges.
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On June 17, there was a letter from Rusk to Thomas Jefferson Green, the letter was urging the immediate concentration of there Texas troops to meet a advancing army.4 At that moment though there were only 3... ... middle of paper ... ...841.. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1963. 10,11,12. Nance, Joseph Milton. "1 - The Trans-Nueces Country." In After San Jacinto; the Texas-Mexican frontier, 1836-1841.. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1963.
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