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Amy Becker

Amy Becker

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Amy Becker is a Graduate Student in her first year of studies at the University of Missouri.  She is pursuing her Masters in Political Science with an emphasis on American Government and Public Policy.  Amy completed her undergraduate studies at Mizzou, obtaining a dual Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science along with dual minors in History and Religious Studies.

She has been a KMOX fellow at their State Capitol bureau for the past three years.  A part from reporting for KMOX, she also helps Broadcast students report, edit, and produce their stories.

Amy studied abroad in London in Fall of 2006 and hopes her career will lead her back there some day.

Amy is originally from Paxton, Nebraska, a small village on I-80, population 611.


Amy Becker Stories

Amy Becker Stories


Amy Becker Stories

Amy Becker Stories


Stories by Amy Becker include:

3/15/2006: Radio Story - Senator Cauthorn says cattle herds in Missouri are constantly tested for the disease. The herds are also tagged and given a number ID to ensure they can be tracked back to their producer.
  • 5/ 3/2006: Radio Story - If bird flu were to hit Missouri, the state doesn't have the medical capabilities to keep up with the amount of outrbeaks.
  • 4/26/2006: Radio Story - The bill would make all official proceedings to be held in English.
  • 4/25/2006: Radio Story - The bill will prohibit those who have performed abortions from playing a part in sex education.
  • 4/19/2006: Radio Story - The bill will prohibit universities from knowingly accepting illegal aliens.
  • 4/18/2006: Radio Story - Democrats were caught off guard when a bill about campaign finance was passed for perfection.
  • 4/ 5/2006: Radio Story - Some lawmakers are concerned about the impact ethanol will have on the price Missouri drivers pay at the pump.
  • 4/ 4/2006: Radio Story - A house bill will give motorcyclists the option of not wearing a helment.
  • 3/14/2006: Radio Story - Mad Cow disease is being prevented in Missouri by constant surveillence and testing for the disease.
  • 3/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Senator Michael GIbbons says he wants to clean house in the senate by getting rid of unneed committees that no longer have a purpose.
  • 3/ 7/2006: Radio Story - A group of Missouri Fisherman rely only on the strength of their hands to catch catfish in murky rivers.
  • 3/ 1/2006: Radio Story - Senator Jason Crowell says Roe v. Wade was a wrong Supreme Court opinion and he wants a Missouri constitutional amendment to ban abortion all together.
  • 2/28/2006: Radio Story - The bill also protects the person against lawsuits that could be brought by the criminal if they are harmed.
  • 2/22/2006: Radio Story - A new bill would increase state funding for public schools
  • 2/21/2006: Radio Story - A proposed bill by Senator Jason Crowell would allow for the Bible to be offered as an elective class in public schools.
  • 2/21/2006: Radio Story - The bill will restrict when protests will be allowed at funerals.
  • 2/14/2006: Radio Story - Attorney General Jay Nixon spoke at a rally and voiced his concern over Governor Matt Blunt's plans for Medicaid.
  • 2/14/2006: Radio Story - Hundreds gathered in the state capitol's rotunda to talk about cuts made to Missouri Health Care.
  • 2/ 8/2006: Radio Story - Bill penalties include fines and possible suspension of the person's hunting license.
  • 2/ 1/2006: Radio Story - Roy temple charges that $5000 round table discussions are unethical
  • 1/25/2006: Radio Story - Treasurer Steelman is concerned of the effect that the MOHELA sale will have on students.
  • 1/ 3/2006: Radio Story - Minority leaders Jeff Harris and Maida Coleman are concered over the new MOHELA proposal and its effects on education.