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May 29, 2013 4:39 PM

Missouri Supreme Court will hear Clay Chastain’s case on light rail

In 2011, a committee of petitioners submitted enough valid signatures to put Chastain’s sales tax and light rail plan on the ballot. But the City Council refused to do so, saying the ballot measure violated the state constitution. A circuit court and an appeals court agreed with the city’s position. The Missouri Supreme Court will now review those rulings.

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