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Andrea Ramey

Andrea Ramey
Andrea Ramey is a broadcast journalism student at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is originally from Paducah, Kentucky. Andrea works for KOMU where she designs graphics for live broadcast. 

Stories by Andrea Ramey include:

4/24/2006: Radio Story - Republican Senator Bill Alter is sponsoring a bill that would, among other things, train the Highway Patrol to enforce immigration laws.
  • 4/17/2006: Radio Story - The Kansas City Star reported the FBI is investigating political appointments made by the Governor.
  • 4/ 5/2006: Radio Story - The House gave first round approval to a bill that would give immunity to those who shoot a home invader.
  • 4/ 3/2006: Radio Story - With only six weeks left in this year's legislative session, bills still sitting in committee or ones that haven't even been assigned yet face an uphill battle.
  • 3/29/2006: Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are considering legislation that would require seatbelts on all school buses.
  • 3/13/2006: Radio Story - A tornado killed four and injured 26 people in Renick, Missouri. The mayor's wife says the town has no warning sirens. She also says the town has been denied funding for sirens for three years.
  • 3/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Speaker Rod Jetton vehemently denies he was paid off by strip club owners to help kill legislation that would negatively impact the sex industry.
  • 3/ 6/2006: Radio Story - The Kansas City Star reported over the weekend that strip clubs donated $35,000 to a fundraising committee with close ties to House Speaker Rod Jetton.
  • 3/ 1/2006: Radio Story - The once cut Ticket to Work program, which allows disabled Missourians to work and collect state health insurance, is on it's way to being reistated. Democrats aren't happy with the bill.
  • 2/22/2006: Radio Story - The much- discussed senate bill 179 passed last session allows utilties to pass along costs of rate increases, environmental compliance, and weather variation to consumers.
  • 2/13/2006: Radio Story - Based off of a Department of Natural Resources study, Governor Blunt made recommendations on dam safety laws and regulations. Changes to the law could bring the total of dams inspected in Missouri from 600 to 5,000.
  • 2/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Democrats tout their latest victory as a sign of Blunt's weakness.
  • 2/ 1/2006: Radio Story - Senate Republican Chairmen are planning a series of breakfasts with lobbyists. Democrats say it doesn't pass the smell test.
  • 1/30/2006: Radio Story - Lawmakers were expected to vote eminent domain out of committee, but the chairman of the Senate Economic Development Committee says they won't vote until next week.
  • 1/25/2006: Radio Story - In his State of the Judiciary speech, Chief Justice Michael Wolff asked lawmakers to increase salaries for state judges.
  • 1/23/2006: Radio Story - The Children's Services Comission listened to child welfare agencies and researchers who all agreed meth has a devastating effect on a child's life.

    Stories by Andrea Ramey include: