JEFFERSON CITY — After months of efforts to reach a bi-partisan consensus on ethics reform, the House passed an ethics bill Thursday without the support of a single Democrat. The bill includes a number of controversial measures and still faces an uncertain future in the Senate, which could simply set the bill aside in its final week.
Ethics reform passes Missouri House in controversial fashion
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