Status Update: 2014 Missouri Legislative Session
With the 2014 Missouri legislative session nearing the halfway point, St. Louis on the Air host Don Marsh spoke with St. Louis Public Radio reporters Jo Mannies and Marshall Griffin to get the latest on the issues and bills being debated by state lawmakers.
Among the topics discussed were the state budget, the student transfer bill, the photo voter ID bills, and the impact of who is and who is not running for re-election.
Below is a list of topics discussed during the show, followed by links to related St. Louis Public Radio articles. Several of the bills mentioned on the show are also being tracked on St. Louis Public Radio’s Missouri Legislative Tracker, a tool to keep track of where key bills are in the legislative process.
- Nixon Proposes to Restore State Spending Lost Since 2008
- Politically Speaking: State Rep. Stream on State Budget, Education
- FAQ: What You Need To Know About Missouri School Transfers
- Missouri Senate Passes Student Transfer Bill In Less Than 24 Hours
- Public Has Its Say On Missouri School Accreditation Plan
- Wide-Ranging Student Transfer Bill Passed By Mo. Senate Committee
- Lawmakers Set to Weigh Changes In School Transfer Law
Photo Voter ID:
- Missouri House Passes Photo ID Requirements For Voting
- Missouri Voters Would Have To Approve Photo IDs Before Details Are Worked Out
The Nieves Effect on Policy Decisions:
Roy Ellinger Opts Out of Running for Re-Election:
Kit Bond Lobbying for Medicaid Expansion:
Gun Nullification Bill:
Right to Work:
- Former House Speaker Now Lobbying Against ‘Right To Work’
- Why The General Assembly Is Battling Over Right To Work
- Right-To-Work Bill Praised, Blasted During House Hearing
California Egg Restrictions: