Nixon announces 3 appointments to Mo. boards

(JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., AP) — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has made two appointments to a state council focused on young children with disabilities.

The governor named University of Central Missouri assistant professor Carlotta Kimble and Missouri Governor’s Mansion executive director Lesley Bickel to the State Interagency Coordinating Council. Their terms would end at Nixon’s discretion.

The council advises the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in assisting infants and toddlers through age 3 who have developmental delays and disabilities.

Also on Thursday, Nixon announced the appointment of Daniel Brouillet to an interim committee studying the disparity in patient co-payments for chemotherapies delivered orally and intravenously.

Brouillet lives in Brentwood and is the senior director for product development, specialty benefit services for Express Scripts Inc.

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