Wed, 24 Aug 2011 19:14:27 GMT — Lawmakers are working with a teachers union on ways to change the Missouri legislation restricting teachers use of social networking websites.During a conference call on Tuesday, the Missouri National Education Assocation and lawmakers talked about what changes could be made to the law. The MNEA wants the law to make it clear that school districts are responsible for developing policies for appropriate use of electronic communication.Groups have called on Governor Nixon to include the changes in the upcoming September special session of the General Assembly. So far, Gov. Nixon has not added it to the agenda.On Wednesday, a lawyer and teachers organizations were planning to go to a judge for an injunction to the law taking effect.Lawsuits have also been filed challenging the constitutionality of the social networking law.(The Associated Press contributed to this story.)
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