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July 8, 2014 4:55 PM

Nixon vetoes copycat ALEC bill that legislature shouldn’t have passed

Zinger alert. The GOP-dominated Missouri legislature has been accused of taking its marching orders from the American Legislative Exchange Council, which wines and dines mostly Republican state lawmakers in its quest to promote corporate agendas. The use of the council’s “model legislation,” complete with an error, reinforces that notion.

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