Missouri voters have rejected a proposal that would have changed the process of nominating and appointing judges.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan wrote the summary that will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot. A lawsuit argued Carnahan’s language was unfair and obscured the measure’s true effect.
The proposal by Republican Sheila Solon, of Blue Springs, would allow a new, electronic pull-tab game to help fund veterans’ homes.
A union leader calls it the “wrong medicine” and suggests it won’t matter.
The measure would provide an exemption on personal property that active-duty military personnel from Missouri.
The Republican-led Legislature last year passed a proposed constitutional amendment that would clear the way for separate legislation requiring a photo ID.
The proposal would add a “right to raise livestock” to the Missouri Constitution.
We must have a way for people to petition and gather signatures to improve our government
“Do we care more about providing a high-quality education to students, or do we care more about continuing the bureaucracy of an institution?
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