Term Limits Debated in Mo. House

| March 13, 2013
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In 1992 a constitutional amendment was passed by Missouri voters imposing 16-year term limits on those serving in the house and senate. A new joint resolution is being debated during this general assembly’s session that will restructure the way politicians can carry out their terms of service. 7th District State Representative Mike Lair supports the resolution and explains what it would mean if passed and how it would be implemented.

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Lair says House Joint Resolution 4 will move through and eventually be put before voters in the near future.

Click below to listen to Representative Lair talk about a number of issues legislators are working on with KMZU’s Kristie Cross.

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