Governor Carnahan wants to make sure your kids can't access smut from the Internet at school.
Missy Shelton has the story in Jefferson City.
The governor layed out his plan to keep kids from pulling up pornography and other smut on the Internet.
Governor Carnahan says most Missouri schools have Internet access and now need money to buy software that regulates Internet use.
Funding to buy software would come from tax cuts the governor has layed out in this year's budget.
Reporting from the State Capitol, I'm Missy Shelton.
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