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Supreme Court upholds language on 3 ballot measures - LibertyTribune.com : Election News

Supreme Court upholds language on 3 ballot measures

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Posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 11:45 pm

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld language on three issues that could appear on the November ballot.

The ruling addresses language written by the secretary of state on ballot questions that, if approved, would raise the state’s tobacco tax, limit the interest charged on “payday loans” and raise the state minimum wage.

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