From Missouri Digital News: https://mdn.org
Stories by Seth Bachelier include:
- 5/16/2001: Radio Story - The Senate voted 28-5 to pass the new congressional district map that brings parts of Creve Coeur and Ladue into the first district, which is held by Democrat Lacy Clay.
- 5/ 7/2001: Radio Story - The committee voted 12-6 to pass its map and the only change is that the city of Ashland has been reunited in Kenny Hulshof's district, the ninth.
- 5/ 2/2001: Radio Story - Governor Holden appointed Norman B. Harty and Allison London Smith to the state redistricting committees, filling the vacancies left by his original appointment, Representative Mark Richardson.
- 4/23/2001: Radio Story - The Missouri legislature is getting closer to passing a bill that would completely privatize health information, unless the patient authorizes it in writing.
- 4/18/2001: Radio Story - The Senate education committee passed a bill that would give nationally certified teachers a five-thousand dollar a year pay raise.
- 4/11/2001: Radio Story - Although it is discussed almost every year, the ERA failed in its first vote in almost twenty years.
- 4/ 4/2001: Radio Story - Passing school bond issues with a simple majority did face some opposition, but it is getting closer to the ballot.
- 4/ 2/2001: Radio Story - The Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission says it can't appropriate funds in which the state is held jointly liable with another defendant.
- 3/12/2001: Radio Story - St. Louis Senator Wayne Goode has introduced a bill that would create a commission to oversee Capitol construction.
- 3/ 5/2001: Radio Story - House Republicans and Democrats proposed to create a fund for the tobacco settlement money.
- 2/26/2001: Radio Story - A proposal in the Missouri Senate would help make the training of corrections officers more consistent.
- 2/14/2001: Radio Story - A resolution to pass school bonds with a simple majority as opposed to a four-sevenths majority made it through the House education committee Wednesday.
- 2/ 7/2001: Radio Story - While toll roads aren't in Missouri yet, a proposal was introduced that would allow no more than $500 million in toll roads at any one time.
- 1/31/2001: Radio Story - A bill proposed in the Missouri Senate would allow parents to choose which school their children attend within each district.
- 1/11/2001: Radio Story - Tax proposal for transportation would increase sales tax by one cent on the dollar and fuel tax by two cents per gallon.
- 1/10/2001: Radio Story - Democratic representative Juanita Walton has proposed a bill that would divide Missouri's eleven electoral votes by congressional district.
- 1/ 9/2001: Radio Story - Interns learned their own rules, the rules of the legislature and got a tour of the Capitol during orientation Tuesday.
- 1/ 8/2001: Radio Story - As the only Republican state officer, Secretary of State Matt Blunt says he believes that Holden's administration will still work together.
- 1/ 4/2001: Radio Story - Governor Roger Wilson combined humor and integrity when addressing the Missouri legislature yesterday.