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According to St. Louis Post-Dispatch article, Circuit Judge Ted House threw out the ballot measure.
Information on the application is vital for public safety, says Wentzville's Chief of Police.
The Senate Conservative Fund is asking people to vote on whether the group should endorse Todd Akin in his campaign against incumbent Claire McCaskill.
City Administrator also outlined concerns about the bill at the board's public work session.
If the election were held today, which Missouri Lt. Governor candidate would you vote for?
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