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 a gathering held at the Capitol by the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention; ethics legislation debated in the Missouri Senate this week; Senate Bill 802, which would prohibit abortions performed solely because of a prenatal diagnosis, test or screening indicating Down Syndrome or the potential of Down Syndrome in an unborn child; and Senate Bill 612, which seeks to change the law relating to the offense of illegal reentry.
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Senator Schupp says the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention held a presentation at the Capitol this week. (:28)
Senator Schupp adds Missouri senators debated two measures that relate to ethics reform this week. (:31)
Senator Schupp also says the Missouri Senate did manage to strengthen House Bill 1983, in one way. The proposal seeks to create new provisions of law relating to elected officials acting as paid political consultants. (:33)
Senator Schupp says Missouri senator also briefly debated Senate Bill 802, which would prohibit abortions performed solely because of a prenatal diagnosis, test or screening indicating Down Syndrome or the potential of Down Syndrome in an unborn child. (:34)