With a decade of experience to his name, Steele Shippy is returning to Victory Enterprises as a senior campaign consultant.
Posts published in “Initiative petition”
The Missouri Times is following the citizen initiative process from the very beginning — from being submitted to rejected, withdrawn, or approved to signature collection and potentially to the ballot.
Republican House members asked Gov. Mike Parson to convene a special session to address initiative petition and election reform proposals.
"The initiative process is a power and freedom that We the People have reserved to ourselves as a check on and to be independent of the General Assembly."
“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.”
"The legislative process includes a hearing in at least five committees. The resulting language, reviewed and debated by 197 elected officials over weeks of debate, should not be changed by a single individual or judiciary branch."
On Tuesday, Missourians will decide on whether to expand Medicaid coverage after years of debate. Here’s a look at what Amendment 2 would do.
Missouri’s Medicaid expansion initiative has gained a new ally in the American Association of Retired Person (AARP) Missouri branch.
The Missouri Chamber has backed the Medicaid expansion effort as a “pro-jobs measure that will help fuel economic growth throughout our state.”
Medicaid expansion ballot measure allowed to continue after appeals court ruling.