A major reform of state election laws has run into hurdles in the State Senate. It’s a package of changes growing out of problems with last year’s elections in Missouri and elsewhere. One provision, allowing the Secretary of State to issue subpoenas and the Attorney General to prosecute election fraud, has hit a snag. So has a provision having the state pay the costs of elections held in August and November. Concerns center around the costs associated with the proposal.
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