Missouri Senator Delbert Scott stood on the floor of the Missouri Senate and quietly but clearly told a powerful and compelling personal story. He spoke of a young lady in the early 1900’s who traveled from St. Joseph, MO to Kansas City … to give away her baby! Being young and unmarried, she shed tears as she released her little girl to a family who would love and care for her. Senator Scott went on to express his thanksgiving for the action of the young mother…who, he reported, was his great-grandmother, and the baby his grandmother. This story was told on the floor of the Missouri Senate to introduce pro-life legislation. It was passed and is to be signed by Missouri Governor Matt Blunt with the expected result of more innocent children being saved. Senator Scott’s dramatic 6-minute story can be heard and seen on video by going to (1) www.senate.mo.gov, (2) clicking on “list of members,” (3) clicking on “Delbert Scott,” then (4) clicking on “VIDEO: Senator Delbert Scott, March 28, 2007: Story of Hazel Frances Scott told on floor of the Missouri Senate.” The compelling radio conversation with Senator Scott on KSIV radio in St. Louis, MO can be heard here on www.haroldhendrick.com.