Jason Holsman Proposed EPA Rules Get Missouri Lawmakers Talking About Carbon Emissions By Jason Rosenbaum • Jun 12, 2014 Jason Rosenbaum, St. Louis Public Radio Missouri lawmakers are sounding off on proposed Environmental Protection Agency rules aimed at reducing carbon emissions. The proposed rules effectively provide individual states with options to reduce carbon emissions by 2030. These options include making facilities more energy efficient, investing in alternative energy sources like solar and wind power, or joining other states in “cap and trade” programs. Mo. House Gives 1st-Round Approval To 72-Hour Waiting Period For Abortions; Senate Version Blocked By Marshall Griffin • Mar 6, 2014 Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio Legislation that would require a 72-hour waiting period for abortions is moving forward in the Missouri House, while its Senate counterpart is stalled. Wide-Ranging Student Transfer Bill Passed By Mo. Senate Committee By Marshall Griffin • Feb 20, 2014 Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio Nine bills that either directly addressed or were related to school transfers and accreditation were combined into one bill and passed Thursday by the Missouri Senate's Education Committee. Medical Malpractice Cap Restoration Bill May Not Survive 2013 Session By Marshall Griffin • May 1, 2013 (Via Flickr/Rosemary) Efforts in Missouri to restore caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice lawsuits are in limbo.