JEFFERSON CITY — On the way to giving preliminary approval to an ethics reform bill Wednesday, the Missouri Senate rejected amendments that would have closed the so-called "revolving door" between leaving the legislature and lobbying, and also voted down proposals to limit individual and corporate campaign contributions.
Missouri Senate gives first approval to ethics reform
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