Missouri Supreme Court hears Senate filming case

The Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday from both sides in Progress Missouri v. Missouri Senate, a case where an advocacy group’s asserted right to film legislative procedures took center stage.

That group, Progress Missouri, sued after being told it couldn’t film certain Senate committee hearings. The Senate maintains that it was within its constitutional right to make such demands.

Read the Missourian’s coverage of the case here.

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Author: Zachary Reger

A graduate of the University of Missouri with degrees in journalism, philosophy and film studies, Zach's primary interests lie in political reporting, media production and social philosophy.

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