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April 2015 Stories
Radio Story - House passes expansion of Castle Doctrine over argument that measure allows more guns on the streets. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Giving some context and history to the filibuster and its uses. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Missouri's Senate approves a fuel tax increase without voter approval
Radio Story - Public Service Commission gives Noranda break on electric costs, approves rate increase for Ameren customers.
Radio Story - Missouri House voted for red light cameras to be a thing of the past
Radio Story - Missouri will be pushed further into debt if no vote is taken on a bill soon.
Newspaper Story - A bill needs a vote soon to prohibit Gov. Nixon from pushing Missouri further into debt.
Radio Story - St. Louis County senators express displeasure with measure aiming to reallocate their county's sales taxes
Radio Story - Senate unanimously passed anti-bullying legislation.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of April 20, 2015
Radio Story - $46 million cut to Social Services heavily debated as House passes FY 2016 budget #MOLeg
Radio Story - The Senate approved a $26 billion budget.
Radio Story - An audit of the Governor's Office finds misuse of funds to pay for Nixon's expenses.
Radio Story - Police body camera footage to be made private, pending bill's passage
Radio Story - House passes bill reducing unemployment benefits in good economic times, falls short of veto-proof majority. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Bipartisan House Transportation Committee fails gasoline tax increase proposal #moleg
Newspaper Story - House Transportation Committee fails 2 cents gas tax increase measure #moleg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers urged to require daily Pledge of Allegiance recitation in public schools
Radio Story - The senate debated a bill that would limit when police officers can use deadly force.
Radio Story - Missouri Attorney General comes to the defense of Senate
NewsBook - News summary for the week of April 13, 2015
Radio Story - Missouri's legislature sent the governor a sweeping set of welfare restrictions. #MOLeg
Radio Story - House committee postpones vote on bill allowing patients to install camera in their nursing home rooms
Radio Story - Senate passes its version of school transfer bill, sends it back to House
Radio Story - Senate perfects bill that would improve Missouri fracking
Radio Story - @GovJayNixon appoints @nicolergalloway as new state auditor. #MOLeg
Radio Story - After a day long debate there is still no answer for what to do about MoDOT. #MOleg
Radio Story - Lawmakers seek to make beer brewing easier.
Radio Story - One House bill would expand the definition of a service dog
Radio Story - Law enforcement officers could have tighter deadly force restrictions
NewsBook - News summary for the week of April 6, 2015
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon has signed two bills into law designed to help farmers
Radio Story - Nixon criticizes Senate budget proposal, days before House and Senate lawmakers enter final budget talks
Radio Story - House passes bill changing requirements in wrongful termination suits involving alleged discrimination. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Senate passes budget, but only after some items gave members on both sides heartburn. #MOLeg
Radio Story - A bill that would increase money for MO schools and restrict local gov't budget's moves further through the #MoLeg
Newspaper Story - A bill restricting local governments budgets moves further through the #MoLeg.
Radio Story - Republican representative gives speech advocating sexual orientation be included in discrimination laws
Radio Story - Missouri nursing home patients would have the option of choosing to have camera in their room
Radio Story - House and Senate override the first veto of the session.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of March 30, 2015
Radio Story - .@GovJayNixon releases $43 million in withholdings #moleg
Radio Story - House passes ethics bill after changing key parts of original Senate-passed bill. #MOLeg
Radio Story - The Senate passed a bill that would allow the government to monitor prescription drugs.
Newspaper Story - Missouri is one step closer to using a database to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of narcotic-type drugs.
Newspaper Story - Proposed legislation would suspend police officers who kill a person w/o pay until investigation is completed
Radio Story - Legislation would suspend police officers who use deadly force on a person until investigation is complete
Radio Story - Representative wants Pledge of Allegiance recited in English to prevent different cultures in Missouri classrooms.
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