Later this summer, Missouri voters will decide whether to enhance the right to bear arms in the state constitution, a proposal that the official summary cautions could come at a “significant” financial cost.
Later this summer, Missouri voters will decide whether to enhance the right to bear arms in the state constitution, a proposal that the official summary cautions could come at a “significant” financial cost. File photo
Later this summer, Missouri voters will decide whether to enhance the right to bear arms in the state constitution, a proposal that the official summary cautions could come at a “significant” financial cost. File photo

Auditor: Missouri gun rights proposal could carry ‘significant’ cost

June 22, 2014 5:46 PM

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