A state appeals court has upheld the ballot summary for a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution on public prayer.
The Missouri secretary of state says this year’s ballot will not include a proposed constitutional amendment clearing the way for a photo identification requirement at the polls.
Missouri lawmakers have approved a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would expand the right to pray in public places.
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