Erika Navarrete From Missouri Digital News: https://mdn.org MDN Menu MDN Home Journalist's Creed Print MDN Help Exit MDN.ORG: Missouri Digital News MDN Menu MDN Home Journalist's Creed Print MDN Help Exit MDN.ORG Mo. Digital News Missouri Digital News MDN.ORG: Mo. Digital News MDN.ORG: Missouri Digital News Lobbyist Money Help Close Erika Navarrete Erika Navarrete Stories Erika Navarrete Stories 5/ 7/2008: Radio Story - One Democratic Representative is on the defensive after Republican Governor Matt Blunt demanded all of his e-mail records dating back to 2003. 4/29/2008: Radio Story - The House Crime Prevention Committee heard a constitutional amendment that would allow the retrospective application of sex offender registration laws. 4/22/2008: Radio Story - The House Crime Prevention Committee passed a measure that would consider cyber-bullying a harassment crime. 4/16/2008: Radio Story - The sexual affairs between a teacher and his 13-year-old student prompted legislation that made its way from the House to the Senate. 4/16/2008: Radio Story - A bill that would protect student from sexual misconduct passed the Missouri House in a 139 to six landslide and made its way to the Senate Education Committee. 4/15/2008: Radio Story - The House Health Care Policy Committee heard a bi-partisan plea for autism insurance coverage. 4/ 8/2008: Radio Story - The death of a legislator's child prompted a bill that would provide a tax deduction for funeral expenses. 4/ 8/2008: Radio Story - A bill that proponents say would reduce the risk of future adverse incidents in hospitals faced no opposition at the Senate Health Committee Hearing. 4/ 1/2008: Radio Story - After months of delay, Missouri legislators finally got around to hearing the governor's plan for expanding health care. 3/12/2008: Radio Story - The House Urban Issues Committee approved a bill that would give the city of St. Louis complete control over its police for the first time since the Cival War. 3/11/2008: Radio Story - Two years after the Taum Sauk reservoir catastrophe, legislators are still figuring out what to do. 3/ 5/2008: Radio Story - The issue to expand physician's rights when prescribing pain medication came before the House Health Care Committee on Wednesday. 3/ 4/2008: Radio Story - For the second time this year, the hearing of a bill that would allow the city of Saint Louis complete control over its police force has been cancelled. 2/27/2008: Radio Story - Petition gatherers would have to face new restrictions under a measure approved by the House Wednesday. 2/26/2008: Radio Story - Kids would have to stay in school in order to obtain a drivers license under a meansure presented to the House Urban Education Committee on Tuesday. 2/20/2008: Radio Story - The combination of two midwifery bills was met with opposition by one senator in Wednesday's Senate Pensions Committee Executive Session. 2/13/2008: Radio Story - St. Louis school children are urging Missouri lawmakers to make the ice cream cone the official state dessert. 2/ 6/2008: Radio Story - Children filled the Senate hearing today in hopes of declaring the ice cream cone as Missouri's official state dessert. Erika Navarrete (Nahv-ah-rett) has more from the capitol. 2/ 6/2008: Radio Story - It's been a bumpy journey in the debate over midwifery but the issue still gained supportive testimoney from mothers at the Senate Pensions committee hearing on Wednesday. 2/ 5/2008: Radio Story - Eight people testified in support of changes in the minimum wage structure during Tuesday's hearing. 2/ 5/2008: Radio Story - The minimum wage increase is forcing business owners to boost payroll and seek changes in the law. 1/30/2008: Radio Story - The suicide of a St. Charles teen has influenced a bill that would modify antibullying policies enacted in school districts. 1/29/2008: Radio Story - Missouri's House Crime Committee was urged Tuesday afternoon to block sex offenders from college dorms. Missouri Digital News is produced by Missouri Digital News, Inc. -- a non profit organization of current and former journalists.