“As it is, the hospital industry has too much power and so you’re just not going to get good public policy,” Sen. Rob Schaaf said.
The bill would allow mothers to discreetly breast-feed in public places and excuse nursing mothers from jury duty.
Timely information on hospital infections remains hard to come by, despite a Missouri law designed to help consumers know which hospitals have problems.
Legislation could land teachers and doctors in trouble if they ask students about gun ownership or note such information from patients.
The result is that Missouri will remain one of just two states lacking the authorization for a prescription drug database.
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