Eric Schmitt

Anti-Bullying Bill Passes Unanimously in Mo. SenateA bill that would tighten anti-bullying policies in Missouri schools requires the policy to be printed in each school's respective student handbook.
Senate Passed Prescription Drug Monitoring ActThe bill would allow a government database to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of narcotic-type drugs.
Mo. Senator: 'There's No Need To Be Regulating Backyard Barbecues'If an EPA study results in regulating propane barbecue grills, one Missouri senator says it could be a real battle.
Sen. Schmitt: Committee Not Satisfied with Nixon's National Guard Explanation"It raised more questions than answers," he says.
Mo. Senate Votes to Cut Down How Much Cities Can Fund Budgets from Traffic FinesSchmitt's bill would cut from 30 percent to 10 percent how much of a city's budget can be financed by traffic fines.
Mark Reardon: Mayor Slay Reacts To The Inglewood Stadium NewsStan Kroenke's real estate development plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood, California. What does that mean for the future of the Rams in St. Louis? St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay responds.
Mark Reardon: St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch & The Reardon RoundtableSt. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch discusses the Michael Brown case and Charlie Dooley's claims of character assassination.
Nixon May Face Subpoena About Decisions Made in FergusonThe chair of a joint legislative committee vows an aggressive investigation into why Missouri's governor did not use National Guard troops to protect businesses in the aftermath of the grand jury decision not to indict a Ferguson police officer.
Mark Reardon: Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim FitchFormer St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch discusses whether or not we need more cops in the area.
Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable & Academy Award Winning Filmmaker James MarshJames Marsh is the Academy Award winning filmmaker and the director of "The Theory of Everything."
State Sen. Wants to End Cities Deriving Too Much Revenue from Traffic FinesSen. Schmitt has submitted legislation that would allow only 10 percent of a city's budget to be derived from traffic fines. The law currently allows 30 percent.
Mark Reardon: Oathkeepers Founder Stewart Rhodes
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