Video: Lawmakers hope to undo parts of 'Clean Missouri' amendment

Ozarks First

Missouri voters could be seeing the “Clean Missouri” amendment on the ballot again.   Last November, voters in Missouri approved 62 percent to 38 percent for the state constitutional amendment to designate a nonpartisan demographer draw election district lines, limit lobbyist gifts and lowers campaign contribution limits for state legislators.

"Missouri was one of five states last year to adopt an incredibly sensible reform, right, to take the power for drawing lines out of the hands of politicians, who are so interested, and give it to independent citizens," said Ruth Greenwood, co-director of voting rights and redistricting at the Campaign Legal Center.

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