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June 21, 2014 11:00 AM

Vote ‘no’ on gun and data questions in Missouri

Two proposed amendments to Missouri’s constitution on the Aug. 5 ballot appear innocuous. But they are freighted with potential harmful consequences and could impede the work of law enforcement agencies.

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