Beth Ford has more from Jefferson City.
Under the bill, women seeking treatment for chlamydia and gonorrhea would leave the doctor's office with a prescription for themselves, and prescription of antibiotics for their partner.
The catch? Doctors would never meet the partner they are giving pills to, and O'Fallon Representative Cynthia Davis has a problem with that.
|Run Time: 00:08|
|Description: "There's no requirement in the legislation that you identify who the partner is who gave you the disease."|
From the state capitol, I'm Beth Ford, KMOX News.