The people who brought us Proposition A – the tobacco tax increase – are licking their wounds but they might not be finished. They spent $4-Million with opposition that spent tens of thousands of dollars and it wasn’t enough to get Proposition A over the top. Brad Ketcher with Citizens for a Healthy Missouri says the group just didn’t have time to get its point across after a judge ruled the issue could make it to the ballot – although opponents had the same amount of time. Ketcher says the loss on Tuesday does not change some things. Ketcher says the group will get together to decide how it will approach the issue in the future. He’s not ready to say there will be another petition campaign.