A second lawsuit has been filed against Secretary of State Matt Blunt by a group trying to get an issue on the November ballot. Blunt has ruled that a petition drive to get a vote on collective bargaining powers for fire and ambulance personnel did not get enough valid signatures. The State Council of Firefighters says in its lawsuit that Blunt’s office provided it with outdated voter registration lists, on which the petition campaign was based. A group backing a tobacco tax package has made the same claim in an earlier lawsuit.