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Missouri Statewide Initiative Process in Disarray, Following State Court Opinion

Published on March 2, 2012, by in General.

On March 1, a Missouri state trial court struck down a portion of the law on statewide initiatives in Missouri. This story explains that the law requires a financial impact statement for any initiative to be prepared by the State Auditor. But, the court said, the Missouri Constitution limits the powers of the State Auditor to specified duties, and preparing an impact statement for initiatives isn’t one of those duties.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Does ANY robot party hack gerrymander monster pay ANY attention to the U.S.A. and each State CONSTITUTION ???

    Obvious remedy – put the MONSTERS in JAIL for about 1,000 years for passing laws which violate such constitutions.

    Democracy in the U.S.A. is almost DEAD — due to the gerrymander MONSTERS from Hell.

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