JEFFERSON CITY — Campaign finance caps for Missouri elected officials proved a near fatal blow for lawmakers trying to tighten political ethics rules. Now it marks the dividing line between those who contend lawmakers' final product is "one of the most aggressive ethics packages in this country" and critics who dismiss it as weak and "watered down."
ANALYSIS: Missouri ethics debate splits on money cap
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