Missouri: Dog-breeding Law Catalyzes New Initiative

Tue, Jul 12 2011 — Source: Columbia Daily Tribune

During this year’s legislative session, Missouri lawmakers rewrote a voter-passed law regulating dog breeders. They also tried to meet a demand of business groups to eliminate cost-of-living increases in the voter-approved state minimum wage.

And since voters imposed strict campaign finance limits in 1994, lawmakers have twice acted to change those limits, including eliminating them entirely in 2006.

The routine rewriting of voter initiatives would end if a new initiative makes the 2012 ballot and wins approval.

Read more at the Columbia Daily Tribune.