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This Date in Missouri Senate History: March 15, 1907

Jefferson CityThis Date in Missouri Senate History reviews March 15, 1907, the day state representatives approved a Missouri Senate resolution that gave the Show-Me State the ability to let citizens draft initiative petitions and referendums to be determined on ballots. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

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