In 1992, Missouri legislators adopted a constitutional amendment that prevented legislators from serving more than four two-year terms in the House and two four-year terms in the Senate. But 17 years later, some legislators are blaming the term limits for the increased partisanship during the most recent legislative session.
Today's Question: Are term limits leading to an increase in partisanship?
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