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Security Issues Have Mixed Reactions at the State Capital

September 11, 2001
By: Rachel Busacker
State Capital Bureau

The bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon yesterday have increased security across the nation- including Missouri. Rachel Busacker has reactions from the state capital in Jefferson City.

The tradegy in New York and Washington have united Americans across the nation but left mixed reactions about security.

While Govenor Holden stated work in the capital would continue with tightened security, Senate President Pro Tem Peter Kinder had other thoughts.

Actuality:Kinder01
RunTime: 8
OutCue: I don't know how it's possible to know that
Contents: Discusses his disagreement with Govenor Holden for not closing the capital building

In addtion, Kinder decided to suspend all Senate committee hearings and sent employees home.

Actuality:Kinder02
RunTime: 6
OutCue: . . no guarantees to our security in this building
Contents: Says why he let Senators leave

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RunTime: 4
OutCue: to let people go home
Contents: More about why he released senators

Although the Senate was dismissed, House lawmakers and state employees remained at the Capital.

From Jefferson City, Rachel Busacker.