The state’s biggest anti-abortion group wants people to vote against Proposition B – the issue on the November ballot that would stick a 55-cent tax on each package of cigarettes. The money is earmarked for health care services. But, Missouri Right to Life says it doesn’t contain the specific words it wants to see keeping any of the money from being used for abortion related services, even counseling and referral or for contraceptives for teenagers. A spokesman for the backers of Proposition B calls the position “stunning.” He says the proposition is abortion neutral. Two other groups historically opposed to abortion are supporting Proposition B: The Missouri Catholic Conference and Campaign Life Missouri.