Missouri Statehouse
1:32 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

New Website Tracks The Life Of Bills In Missouri Legislature

This screen grab shows the homepage of MOBillTracker.org
This screen grab shows the homepage of MOBillTracker.org
Credit Saint Louis Public Radio and the Beacon

A new website unveiled Tuesday will track the life of some bills introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives and Senate during the 2014 legislative session.

MOBillTracker.org, created by Saint Louis Public Radio and the Beacon, will track bills in five categories: health; elections and ethics; guns; education; jobs; and the economy. There is a sixth category that will track bills that have seen recent action.

Users can narrow down the bills by category and also see specifics about each bill being tracked, like the sponsor and status.

Saint Louis Public Radio and the Beacon said in their announcement that they will highlight bills of interest to the St. Louis area, but they are also asking for suggestions of bills to add to the tracker.