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Missouri Legislative Update: April 2013

In this edition of Missouri Legislative Update, the House of Representatives approves its version of the Fiscal Year 2014 state operating budget. We also highlight legislation dealing with rebuilding infrastructure after natural disasters, the issue protecting privacy and Second Amendment rights, and measures designed to spur economic development and reform welfare benefits in the state. Plus, Missourinet's Bob Priddy sits down with Senate Education Committee Chairman David Pearce, R-Warrensburg, and Joint Committee on Education member Rep. Genise Montecillo, D-St. Louis, to discuss current education-related issues and legislation.

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