From Missouri Digital News: https://mdn.org
Stories by Amy Becker include:
3/15/2006: Radio Story - Senator Cauthorn says cattle herds in Missouri are constantly tested for the disease. The herds are also tagged and given a number ID to ensure they can be tracked back to their producer.
5/ 3/2006: Radio Story - If bird flu were to hit Missouri, the state doesn't have the medical capabilities to keep up with the amount of outrbeaks.
4/26/2006: Radio Story - The bill would make all official proceedings to be held in English.
4/25/2006: Radio Story - The bill will prohibit those who have performed abortions from playing a part in sex education.
4/19/2006: Radio Story - The bill will prohibit universities from knowingly accepting illegal aliens.
4/18/2006: Radio Story - Democrats were caught off guard when a bill about campaign finance was passed for perfection.
4/ 5/2006: Radio Story - Some lawmakers are concerned about the impact ethanol will have on the price Missouri drivers pay at the pump.
4/ 4/2006: Radio Story - A house bill will give motorcyclists the option of not wearing a helment.
3/14/2006: Radio Story - Mad Cow disease is being prevented in Missouri by constant surveillence and testing for the disease.
3/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Senator Michael GIbbons says he wants to clean house in the senate by getting rid of unneed committees that no longer have a purpose.
3/ 7/2006: Radio Story - A group of Missouri Fisherman rely only on the strength of their hands to catch catfish in murky rivers.
3/ 1/2006: Radio Story - Senator Jason Crowell says Roe v. Wade was a wrong Supreme Court opinion and he wants a Missouri constitutional amendment to ban abortion all together.
2/28/2006: Radio Story - The bill also protects the person against lawsuits that could be brought by the criminal if they are harmed.
2/22/2006: Radio Story - A new bill would increase state funding for public schools
2/21/2006: Radio Story - A proposed bill by Senator Jason Crowell would allow for the Bible to be offered as an elective class in public schools.
2/21/2006: Radio Story - The bill will restrict when protests will be allowed at funerals.
2/14/2006: Radio Story - Attorney General Jay Nixon spoke at a rally and voiced his concern over Governor Matt Blunt's plans for Medicaid.
2/14/2006: Radio Story - Hundreds gathered in the state capitol's rotunda to talk about cuts made to Missouri Health Care.
2/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Bill penalties include fines and possible suspension of the person's hunting license.
2/ 1/2006: Radio Story - Roy temple charges that $5000 round table discussions are unethical
1/25/2006: Radio Story - Treasurer Steelman is concerned of the effect that the MOHELA sale will have on students.
1/ 3/2006: Radio Story - Minority leaders Jeff Harris and Maida Coleman are concered over the new MOHELA proposal and its effects on education.
Amy Becker Stories
Amy Becker Stories