Governor Jay Nixon is seeking help from school administrators in upholding his recent vetoes of various tax breaks by asking them to lobby state legislators. Nixon is calling the 2014 legislative session the worst six months for public education in recent memory. He believes tax breaks for certain industries including computer data centers, restaurants and electric companies could harm funding for education and local services. However, Republican leaders question his projected revenue losses. The legislature is scheduled to meet September 10th to consider overriding Nixon’s vetoes.