Amendment 1 would give the treasurer more investment options if approved by voters.
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“I wonder if the women who started the League would have believed that 100 years later there would still be work to be done.”
A lawsuit over the lack of funding for Medicaid expansion was filed in Cole County, setting the stage for a legal battle over the measure.
The petition suggests placing the proposal on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot — more than a year after the first increase would take place.
Republican House members asked Gov. Mike Parson to convene a special session to address initiative petition and election reform proposals.
Dozens of voting rights advocates gathered at the statehouse this week as part of Protect the Ballot Initiative Rally and Advocacy Day.
A majority of Missourians support passing constitutional amendments without interference from the legislature, according to a new study.
“We are confident when we say there is no single greater economic investment you can make in Missouri this year than fully funding Medicaid expansion.”