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Payday Lending Interest Cap Campaign Suspends Legal Challenge


A ballot initiative to cap lending in Missouri at 36 percent annually will not be up for a vote in Missouri this November.  Proponents of the payday lending initiative, along with a measure to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.25 per hour, have given up their challenge to place both on the November ballot.

The petition efforts were rejected by Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan on August 7 after they fell short of the required number of valid registered voters’ signatures.

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This Week at the Capitol: General Assembly Gears Up for Post-Spring Break Debate


A full slate of committee hearings took place the last week before Spring Break.  An uptick in floor debate saw workers' compensation and employment discrimination, b

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