Tuesday, April 01, 2008

in state legislative news...

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Perhaps most of you don't give a hoot about what's happening in Missouri regarding midwives and licensure. I do care, so as a responsible citizen, I'm keeping the rest of you up to date on what's happening in the legislative process.

Apparently, the Senate uses something like Google's Gmail Custom Time. Today is April 1, at least for the next hour or so, in the Central Time Zone. Last I knew, Jefferson City was also in the Central Time Zone, although I'm sure there are many people who would attest to that area of the state being in some kind of time warp. Looking at the Senate's bill page tells me that the last action on SB 1021 was on April 2, 2008. Neat trick.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know that the bill is on the informal calendar. Apparently, there was some concern that the senator responsible for placing bills on the calendar would hold out on this one, but there it is as a bill for perfection. Whatever that means. (So I'm not that into everything legislative.) However, on a quick search of the terms "missouri bills for perfection" I found a nice summary of the process of passing a bill in the Missouri legislature. Thanks, Google.


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