Missourians get the chance to decide policy and law at the voting booth, and they will do so again on Aug. 5, when they will face a list of five proposed amendments to the state’s constitution. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this may not be the best way to run a state — or a republic.
Missourians get the chance to decide policy and law at the voting booth, and they will do so again on Aug. 5, when they will face a list of five proposed amendments to the state’s constitution. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this may not be the best way to run a state — or a republic. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Missourians get the chance to decide policy and law at the voting booth, and they will do so again on Aug. 5, when they will face a list of five proposed amendments to the state’s constitution. Columnist Dave Helling writes that this may not be the best way to run a state — or a republic. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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June 23, 2014 4:24 PM

Dave Helling: Do Missourians face too many questions at the ballot box?

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