Missouri House, Senate approve separate open records bills

From St. Louis Public Radio:

The Missouri House and Senate have each approved measures that would renew expired security exemptions to the open meetings and records law.
Both chambers voted Thursday to shield public buildings' security plans and law enforcement guidelines for terrorism incidents from public records requests. The two exemptions expired at the end of 2012.  State Representative Vicki Englund (D, Tesson) says the legislation will help protect children while at school.
The House bill makes the legislation permanent. The Senate's version would only protect the exemptions through 2017.