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House Democrats unveiled their unified seven-point plan for the 2006 election.

November 16, 2005
By: Kelly Snyder
State Capital Bureau

House Democrats announced a unified seven-point platform for the 2006 election.

Kelly Snyder has more on what the platform entails.

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The plan focuses on increasing access to healthcare, improving schools and creating jobs in Missouri.

The Democrats discussed their plan for natural disaster response, which includes a unified communications system.

Republican Spokesperson John Hancock says the plan comes at an interesting time.

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Contents: Well i think its interesting that they should announce this the day after the governor rolled out his plan for natural disasters which is a sound plan for the state of Missouri.

Democratic Representative Jeff Roorda says the governor doesn't offer any new ideas.

From the state Capitol, Kelly Snyder.

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House Democrats unveiled a unified seven-point plan for the 2006 election.

Kelly Snyder has more on the details of the plan.

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The Democrats say their platform focuses on restoring government integrity, increasing access to healthcare and improving Missouri schools.

Democratic Representative Jeff Roorda.

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Contents: They're all seven things that are very important to Missourians and important to us continuing to live the way we've always lived. It reinforces Missouri values and they buy into the idea that there are certain things the government ought to be doing.

The Democrats outlined their plan for emergency response.

Republican Spokesperson John Hancock says the governor has already outlined a plan for Missouri's response to natural disasters.

From the state Capitol, I'm Kelly Snyder

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