JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Rick Brattin, R-Harrisonville, discusses Senate Bill 66, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to public safety and unlawful assemblies. The measure was heard in the Missouri Senate Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Committee this week.
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Brattin-Podcast-012821 (2:21) Q: the First Amendment.
- Senator Brattin says Senate Bill 66 would modify provisions relating to public safety and unlawful assemblies.
Brattin-1-012821 (:27) Q: and disruptive manner.
- Senator Brattin adds there has been an increase in violence, in terms of riots and protests.
Brattin-2-012821 (:31) Q: about your movement.
- Senator Brattin also says his proposal would not allow people to randomly run over protesters.
Brattin-3-012821 (:29) Q: actual peaceful protesters.
- Senator Brattin says his goal is to strike a balance and protect all rights.
Brattin-4-012821 (:14) Q: the First Amendment.