Missouri’s Medicaid expansion initiative has gained a new ally in the American Association of Retired Person (AARP) Missouri branch.
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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Missouri Times is following the citizen initiative process from the very beginning — from being submitted to rejected, withdrawn, or approved to signature collection and potentially to the ballot.
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.
A pair of lawsuits levied against the Medicaid expansion initiative, set to appear on the August ballot, failed in court Tuesday. And at least one organization plans to appeal the decision.
Missourians for Healthcare, the group supporting the Medicaid expansion initiative, is the subject of a new complaint with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
A number of lawsuits over the Medicaid expansion initiative have been leveled just days after the governor placed it on August’s ballot.
Following the certification, some raised concerns the governor could place Medicaid expansion on the August ballot instead of November.
About 346,000 signatures — more than two times the 172,000 needed to qualify for the general election ballot — in hundreds of boxes were hand-delivered to the Secretary of State's Office.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A push to get marijuana legalization on the November ballot is underway in Missouri. The Missourians for a New Approach announced…
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft touted an overhaul of Missouri’s initiative petition process before a Senate committee Wednesday afternoon, testifying that he…