You may get a re-do on Clean Missouri.
The Missouri House on Monday passed a bill to sending changes to the voter-approved amendment back to the ballot. It next heads to the Missouri Senate.
Eureka Representative Dottie Bailey says you were sold a bill of goods.
“True ethics reform gets rid of all of the lobbyists’ gifts and puts back in place the true bipartisan group that will do the continuous and compact re-district.”
The Republican says their biggest opposition revolves around having one person drawing up draw up those legislative boundaries. Democratic Rep. Peter Merideth says we should give it a chance.
“What we heard clearly in November from voters and over the course of the election was ‘Our current redistricting process is broken’,” Merideth says.
Voters would ultimately have to agree to the changes to Clean Missouri.