Right after turning back the ban on Affirmative Action, progressive groups in Missouri stopped the passage of a Voter ID Bill that would have required proof of citizenship to vote.
The Missouri Senate closed it's session today without taking up HJR 48, which would have required not only a photo ID to vote, but would also could have required voters to produce a birth certificate or passport, to prove that they are US citizens. This bill could have disenfranchised up to 240,000 voters.
Anti-Affirmative Action goes down!
Renewable Energy gathers enough signatures to make the ballot!
Photo ID bill fails!
That's a hat trick in the Show Me State.