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Chris Mathews

 
 
 

Chris Mathews was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He got his first taste of journalism while writing for his high school newspaper, prompting him to pursue a degree in the field. Chris left Texas and headed north to study at the Missouri School of Journalism. He is currently studing convergence journalism with an emphasis in entrepreneurialism and a business minor. Aside from MDN, Chris reports for Missouri Business Alert, a startup focusing on business issues within the state. This is his second semester working at MDN.

In his free time, you'll likely find Chris playing guitar with his friends or watching his favorite sports team, reigning NBA champions the San Antonio Spurs, continue their domination of the league.


Stories by Chris Mathews in 2015 include:
Stories by Chris Mathews in 2014 include:
Chris Mathews's Tweets @MDNnews in 2015

  • 01/27/2015: House Democrats lose another seat as Keith English leaves the party, becomes independent http://bit.ly/1y3CeSj
  • 02/10/2015: Bill furthering abortion clinic regulations passed through House committee http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/12/2015: Missouri House approves Right to Work bill http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/12/2015: Gov. Jay Nixon defends his Ferguson decisions during press conference at governor's mansion http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/12/2015: Gov. Nixon talks Ferguson at annual mansion press conference #moleg http://bit.ly/1A1OENu
  • 02/17/2015: Legislators urged to cap how much lobbyists can spend on legislators. http://bit.ly/19tXVFK
  • 02/17/2015: Lawmakers urged to cap how much lobbyists can spend on elected officials http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/26/2015: Obituary for State Auditor Tom Schweich http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 02/26/2015: Senate votes to ban MU Board of Curators from hiring the governor that appointed them #moleg http://bit.ly/1MWeKs9
  • 02/26/2015: MU Board of Curators prohibited from hiring individual that appointed them under Senate-passed measure http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/10/2015: Right to work issue continues to spark debate as bill enters Senate committee http://bit.ly/1HxnPnf
  • 03/10/2015: Right to work legislation faced with stiff opposition during Senate committee hearing http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 03/17/2015: Overwhelming support for gender pay equality guidelines during Senate committee hearing #moleg http://bit.ly/18DUATO
  • 03/17/2015: Overwhelming support for gender pay equality measure during Senate Small Business Committee hearing http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/21/2015: Bipartisan House Transportation Committee fails gasoline tax increase proposal #moleg http://bit.ly/1K308oa
  • 04/21/2015: House gas tax increase proposal failed by Republicans and Democrats from the Transportation Committee http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b
  • 04/21/2015: House Transportation Committee fails 2 cents gas tax increase measure #moleg http://bit.ly/1K349ce
  • 04/23/2015: $46 million cut to Social Services heavily debated as House passes FY 2016 budget #MOLeg http://bit.ly/1I1dUbH
  • 05/07/2015: General Assembly passes municipal court reform bill, awaits Governor's decision #MOLeg http://bit.ly/1JSGBJV
  • 05/07/2015: Bill imposing restrictions on municipal courts passed through both chambers of the Missouri Legislature. #MOLeg http://bit.ly/1DxpI1b

Chris Mathews's Tweets @MDNnews in 2014

  • 02/06/2014: Missouri lawmakers impose a lifetime ban on nominee for the conservation commission http://bit.ly/1aAL5F1
  • 01/28/2014: Lawmakers consider a bill to nullify federal health care act http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 01/28/2014: Senate committee discusses health care nullification bill http://bit.ly/Ms616v
  • 02/18/2014: Education Department to impose new sanctions on low-performing districts http://bit.ly/1jEvyUz
  • 02/18/2014: Failing school districts targeted in Education Department's preventive measure http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 02/20/2014: Senate Ed. Committee votes to let unaccredited schools fire tenured teachers and pay for private schooling. http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 02/20/2014: Mo lawmakers proposes unaccredited schools to pay for private schooling students http://bit.ly/1fDyRHM
  • 02/20/2014: New bill allows unaccredited schools fire tenured teachers, requires private school payment http://bit.ly/1fDBB7W
  • 03/04/2014: Proposed criminal code focuses on increased punishments for drunk driving, sexual and child abuse offenses http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 03/04/2014: Missouri's 'Blue Book' to return to print publication http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 03/04/2014: Plans to renovate state-owned facilities, mental hospital thwarted by Senate filibuster http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 03/04/2014: Bill that would borrow money to renovate state buildings filibustered during Senate hearing http://bit.ly/1csLg6h
  • 03/11/2014: Pit bulls would be equal to toy poodles under a new measure before Missouri lawmakers http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 03/11/2014: Civil rights for dogs under fire during Senate bill hearing http://bit.ly/1oKgCp4
  • 04/08/2014: Medical uses of hemp oil extracts to treat epilepsy considered during house committee hearing http://bit.ly/1g46Ptb
  • 04/08/2014: Emotional parents of epileptic children urge house committee to legalize hemp oil as medical treatment http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 04/10/2014: Gov. Jay Nixon announces $22 million in education budget spending cuts during press conference http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 04/10/2014: Gov. Nixon announces $22 million in budget cuts, mostly from K-12 and higher education institutions http://bit.ly/QaSyBh
  • 04/15/2014: Federal gun law nullification bill meets heavy opposition from Democratic senators during committee hearing http://bit.ly/1eFZ6Dw
  • 04/22/2014: Gov. Nixon initiates round two of income tax cut debate http://bit.ly/1pp36wy
  • 05/01/2014: Lawmakers debate making jumping jacks the official state exercise of Missouri on senate floor http://bit.ly/1hUyD5k
  • 09/05/2014: Vetoed bill permitting booze sales in the Capitol to be discussed during veto session http://bit.ly/1CzkuD0

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