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This Week in the Missouri Senate for April 1, 2011: Second Half

This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews several measures that received debate by Missouri senators, including:

  • Senate Bill 247, which would modify the elementary and secondary education funding formula (Audio: Sen. David Pearce, R-Warrensburg);
  • Senate Bill 175, which would modify restrictions on the use of organized labor on public contract projects (Audio: Sen. Brian Munzlinger, R-Williamstown; Sen. Timothy Green, D-Spanish Lake, and Senate Minority Floor Leader Victor Callahan, D-Independence);
  • Senate Bill 65, which would modify certain provisions relating to abortion with respect to viability (Audio: Senate Leader Robert N. Mayer, R-Dexter; Sen. Jolie Justus, D-Kansas City, and Sen. Robin Wright-Jones, D-St. Louis);
  • Senate Bill 280, which would modify certain Missouri tax credit programs (Audio: Sen. Chuck Purgason, R-Caulfield); and
  • Senate Bill 242, which would allow certain students to enroll in adjoining school districts (Audio: Sen. Jane Cunningham, R-Chesterfield, and Sen. Callahan).

This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

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