A quiet movement is under way for a ballot measure to let voters decide whether to ban most speed enforcement cameras in St. Louis County.
House Republican Don Ruzicka wants to make it harder for voters to change the state’s hunting, fishing and forestry laws.
That measure would have appeared on the November 6th general election ballot.
The ACLU says the language is inadequate because fails to mention that the measure could exempt St. Louis police from certain open records requirements.
Critics say the proposal would make it harder for some Missourians to get credit.
The measure would make it more difficult for state lawmakers to overhaul initiatives that win approval from Missouri voters.