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David Castillo

David Castillo

Stories by David Castillo include:

3/22/2006: Newspaper Story - Two Missouri House members have introduced two separate bills to require school districts to have policies on bullying.
  • 3/ 8/2006: Newspaper Story - The House sponsor of legislation to freeze funding for Missouri colleges says he intends only a short-term cap in order to fully fund the state's scholarship program
  • 2/27/2006: Newspaper Story - Missouri's House Budget Committee is scheduled to vote on the state's higher education budget for the next fiscal year and the governor's proposal to limit higher education spending to a 2 percent increase.
  • 2/22/2006: Newspaper Story - Taking a cue from the federal government, one Missouri legislator is working to curb the sale of wireless and landline phone logs.
  • 2/13/2006: Newspaper Story - Rep. Charles Portwood, R-Ballwin, hopes to revise the Ticket-to-Work program that was eliminated last year.
  • 2/13/2006: Newspaper Story - Portwood wants to reintroduce the Ticket to Work program that was eliminated last year.
  • 2/ 8/2006: Newspaper Story - Behind the MOHELA sale is a complicated process and a four decade-long history
  • 2/ 8/2006: Newspaper Story - Sen. Chuck Graham, D-Columbia, is now expected to be released from the hospital Thursday.
  • 2/ 7/2006: Newspaper Story - Missouri Democrats scored a surprise win in a Republican stronghold in special elections held Tuesday.
  • 1/30/2006: Radio Story - Missouri's education commissioner, Kent King, told a legislative panel Hurricane Katrina added about 2,000 students to Missouri's classrooms this year.
  • 1/25/2006: Newspaper Story - Opponents of eminent domain for commercial use gathered in Jefferson City to rally support for reform to Missouri's current law L>