JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, discusses Senate Bill 949, a measure that seeks to establish a reading intervention program for students in kindergarten to third grade. His proposal was discussed on the Missouri Senate floor last week. Senator Emery also talks about House Bill 2265, legislation that would modify provisions relating to public utilities. This measure was heard in the Missouri Senate Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment Committee on April 4.
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Emery-Podcast-040518 (4:33) Q: or 15 years.
- Senator Emery says Senate Bill 949 is a measure that seeks to establish a reading intervention program for students in kindergarten to third grade.
Emery-1-040518 (:29) Q: and pass it.
- Senator Emery adds there are several elements to this measure.
Emery-2-040518 (:30) Q: how to read.
- Senator Emery also says House Bill 2265 would modify provisions relating to public utilities.
Emery-3-040518 (:29) Q: not been changed.
- Senator Emery says the House version is progressing better than his Senate Bill 564.
Emery-4-040518 (:32) Q: or 15 years.