Missouri Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe talks with reporters as Republican Sen. Bob Onder listens at the Capitol in Jefferson City. Republican senators used a rare procedural move to shut off a Democratic filibuster and force a vote Wednesday on a proposed state constitutional amendment sponsored by Onder. The measure would prohibit government penalties against some businesses and individuals who cite religious beliefs while declining to provide wedding-related services to same-sex couples.
Missouri Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe talks with reporters as Republican Sen. Bob Onder listens at the Capitol in Jefferson City. Republican senators used a rare procedural move to shut off a Democratic filibuster and force a vote Wednesday on a proposed state constitutional amendment sponsored by Onder. The measure would prohibit government penalties against some businesses and individuals who cite religious beliefs while declining to provide wedding-related services to same-sex couples.
Missouri Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe talks with reporters as Republican Sen. Bob Onder listens at the Capitol in Jefferson City. Republican senators used a rare procedural move to shut off a Democratic filibuster and force a vote Wednesday on a proposed state constitutional amendment sponsored by Onder. The measure would prohibit government penalties against some businesses and individuals who cite religious beliefs while declining to provide wedding-related services to same-sex couples.

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