JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, recently added a new audio link to her multimedia page, which is located on her Missouri Senate website. This page features audio and video links (both streaming and broadcast quality — when available) for visitors to listen to and watch Sen. Schupp address issues that are important to her and the citizens of the 24th Senatorial District.
The new audio link includes Sen. Schupp discussing Senate Bill 646, which would require the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop training guidelines and school districts to adopt a policy for youth suicide awareness and prevention education; Senate Bill 653, which seeks to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity; and Senate Bill 816, which would repeal the death penalty. All of these measures have been heard in a Missouri Senate committee. Senator Schupp also discusses the latest developments concerning the group that posted videos involving Planned Parenthood officials last year.
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Senator Schupp says Senate Bill 646 was heard in the Missouri Senate Education Committee this week. Her measure would require the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop training guidelines and school districts to adopt a policy for youth suicide awareness and prevention education. (:28)
Senator Schupp also says Senate Bill 816 was voted “do pass” by the Missouri Senate General Laws and Pensions Committee. The measure would repeal the death penalty in the Show-Me State. Senator Schupp says the panel heard from three people who could have been executed. (:30)
Senator Schupp says the Senate Interim Committee on the Sanctity of Life was formed last year after videos involving Planned Parenthood were released. (:30)