The just passed Transportation Bill might not make it to Missouri voters in August, after all. Lawmakers approved the measure on the last day of the legislative session. Secretary of State Matt Blunt says if the General Assembly delivers the bill to his office sometime after one o’clock in the afternoon on May 28th – as is currently planned – there would be only four hours to get all of the paperwork necessary for the measure to go on the August 6th ballot. Several state officials have to sign off on the language of the measure. In addition, 116 county officials must be sent official copies of the question.
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