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Show Me Institute Adds New Board Member

June 22nd, 2007 by mopns · No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 22, 2007


The Honorable Robert Heller Joins Show-Me Institute Board of Directors

SAINT LOUIS — The Show-Me Institute, a public policy research organization based in the Saint Louis area, announces the appointment of the Honorable Robert Heller to its board of directors.

“The Show-Me Institute is very excited to have Heller on the board. “Bob has years of examining disputes, determining truth, and brings a critical perspective as the Show-Me Institute seeks to serve the public … and he is an amazing golfer,” said Rex Sinquefield, Heller’s first cousin and president of Show-Me Institute.

Heller has served nearly thirty years as a Democratic associate circuit judge and participated in the design and implementation of a statewide court automation project. He was president of the Missouri Association of Probate and Associate Circuit Judges, and after finishing his seventh consecutive term as Shannon County Circuit Judge, Heller retired earlier this year.

“I am delighted to serve as a director of the Show Me Institute. I am excited about working with the distinguished members of the board in finding pro-growth, free market solutions for Missouri. After 28 years on the bench, I look forward to this new challenge and hope I can bring some judicial insight to the efforts of the Show-Me Institute,” states Heller.

The Show-Me Institute is a public policy research organization based in the Saint Louis area. Its mission is to advance liberty with responsibility by promoting market solutions for Missouri public policy. The Institute lends focus to areas of education, taxation, and property rights, with intent to research, develop, and advance public policies that enhance economic growth and opportunity for all residents of Missouri. More information is available at www.showmeinstitute.org.

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