JEFFERSON CITY — With three former Missouri House members convicted of felony crimes and a former House speaker under a federal grand jury investigation, legislative leaders and the governor had made ethics a top priority for the session. But even though a House committee passed an amended ethics bill Tuesday, some reform sponsors say the bill faces an uncertain future going forward.
Despite big talk in January, ethics legislation might be stalled
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