Source: US State of Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses Senate Joint Resolution 62, which was heard in the Missouri Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources Committee. This resolution would ask Missouri voters to amend the state constitution to assert the right to hunt and fish. He also talks about Senate Bill 575 and Senate Bill 591, two tort reform measures discussed by Missouri senators this week. Senator Hoskins discusses Senate Bill 689, which seeks to modify provisions relating to licensing requirements for certain professionals. In addition, Sen. Hoskins also talks about the coronavirus.
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- Senator Hoskins says Senate Joint Resolution 62 would ask Missouri voters to amend the state constitution to assert the right to hunt and fish.
Hoskins-1-022720 (:32) Q: and pursue wildlife.
- Senator Hoskins adds time was spent on two tort reform bills this week.
Hoskins-2-022720 (:29) Q: on Tuesday afternoon.
- Senator Hoskins also says Senate Bill 689 seeks to modify provisions relating to licensing requirements for certain professionals.
Hoskins-3-022720 (:28) Q: to professional ethics.
- Senator Hoskins says he wants people to know what the coronavirus is.
Hoskins-4-022720 (:30) Q: the United States.