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Revisor Home Article I BILL OF RIGHTS Revisor Home
I 1  Source of political power — origin, basis and aim of government. (2/27/1945)
I 2  Promotion of general welfare — natural rights of persons — equality under the law — purpose of government. (2/27/1945)
I 3  Powers of the people over internal affairs, constitution and form of government. (2/27/1945)
I 4  Independence of Missouri — submission of certain amendments to Constitution of the United States. (2/27/1945)
I 5  Religious freedom — liberty of conscience and belief — limitations — right to pray — academic religious freedoms and prayer. (9/6/2012)
I 6  Practice and support of religion not compulsory — contracts therefor enforceable. (2/27/1945)
I 7  Public aid for religious purposes — preferences and discriminations on religious grounds. (2/27/1945)
I 8  Freedom of speech — evidence of truth in defamation actions — province of jury. (2/27/1945)
I 9  Rights of peaceable assembly and petition. (2/27/1945)
I 10  Due process of law. (2/27/1945)
I 11  Imprisonment for debt. (2/27/1945)
I 12  Habeas corpus. (2/27/1945)
I 13  Ex post facto laws — impairment of contracts — irrevocable privileges. (2/27/1945)
I 14  Open courts — certain remedies — justice without sale, denial or delay. (2/27/1945)
I 15  Unreasonable search and seizure prohibited — contents and basis of warrants. (9/5/2014)
I 16  Grand juries — composition — jurisdiction to convene — powers. (2/27/1945)
I 17  Indictments and informations in criminal cases — exceptions. (2/27/1945)
I 18(a)  Rights of accused in criminal prosecutions. (2/27/1945)
I 18(b)  Depositions in felony cases. (2/27/1945)
I 18(c)  Admissibility of evidence. (12/4/2014)
I 19  Self-incrimination and double jeopardy. (2/27/1945)
I 20  Bail guaranteed — exceptions. (2/27/1945)
I 21  Excessive bail and fines — cruel and unusual punishment. (2/27/1945)
I 22(a)  Right of trial by jury — qualification of jurors — two-thirds verdict. (2/27/1945)
I 22(b)  Female jurors — optional exemption. (2/27/1945)
I 23  Right to keep and bear arms, ammunition, and certain accessories — exception — rights to be unalienable. (9/5/2014)
I 24  Subordination of military to civil power — quartering soldiers. (2/27/1945)
I 25  Elections and right of suffrage. (2/27/1945)
I 26  Compensation for property taken by eminent domain — condemnation juries — payment — railroad property. (2/27/1945)
I 27  Acquisition of excess property by eminent domain — disposition under restrictions. (2/27/1945)
I 28  Limitation on taking of private property for private use — exceptions — public use a judicial question. (2/27/1945)
I 29  Organized labor and collective bargaining. (2/27/1945)
I 30  Treason — attainder — corruption of blood and forfeitures — estate of suicides — death by casualty. (2/27/1945)
I 31  Fines or imprisonments fixed by administrative agencies. (2/27/1945)
I 32  Crime victims' rights. (12/3/1992)
I 33  Marriage, validity and recognition. (9/2/2004)
I 34  English to be the official language in this state. (12/4/2008)
I 35  Right to farm. (9/4/2014)
Revisor Home Article II THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS Revisor Home
II 1  Three departments of government — separation of powers. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article III LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT Revisor Home
III 1  Legislative power — general assembly. (2/27/1945)
III 2  Prohibited activities by General Assembly members and employees — campaign contribution limits and restrictions. (12/6/2018)
III 3  State demographer established and selected — election of representatives — legislative districts established — house apportionment commission. (12/6/2018)
III 4  Qualifications of representatives. (2/27/1945)
III 5  Senators — number — senatorial districts. (12/6/2018)
III 6  Qualifications of senators. (2/27/1945)
III 7  Senatorial districts established — senatorial apportionment commission. (12/6/2018)
III 8  Term limitations for members of General Assembly. (12/5/2002)
III 9  Apportionment of representatives. (2/13/1966)
III 10  Basis of apportionment — alteration of districts. (2/27/1945)
III 11  Time of election of senators and representatives. (2/27/1945)
III 12  Members of general assembly disqualified from holding other offices. (2/27/1945)
III 13  Vacation of office by removal of residence. (2/27/1945)
III 14  Writs of election to fill vacancies. (2/27/1945)
III 15  Oath of office of members of assembly — administration — effect of refusal to take oath and conviction of violation. (2/27/1945)
III 16  Compensation, mileage allowance and expenses of general assembly members. (12/3/1970)
III 17  Limitation on number of legislative employees. (12/3/1970)
III 18  Appointment of officers of houses — jurisdiction to determine membership — power to make rules, punish for contempt and disorderly conduct and expel members. (2/27/1945)
III 19  Legislative privileges — legislative records — legislative proceedings public. (12/6/2018)
III 20  Regular sessions of assembly — quorum — compulsory attendance — public sessions — limitation on power to adjourn. (12/8/1988)
III 20(a)  Automatic adjournment — tabling of bills, when. (12/8/1988)
III 20(b)  Special session, procedure to convene — limitations — automatic adjournment. (12/8/1988)
III 20(c)  Political fundraising prohibited on state property. (12/6/2018)
III 20(d)  Severability provision. (12/6/2018)
III 21  Style of laws — bills — limitation on amendments — power of each house to originate and amend bills — reading of bills. (2/27/1945)
III 22  Referral of bills to committees — recall of referred bills — records of committees — provision for interim meetings. (12/8/1988)
III 23  Limitation of scope of bills — contents of titles — exceptions. (2/27/1945)
III 24  Printing of bills and amendments. (2/27/1945)
III 25  Limitation on introduction of bills. (12/8/1988)
III 26  Legislative journals — demand for yeas and nays — manner and record of vote. (2/27/1945)
III 27  Concurrence in amendments — adoption of conference committee reports — final passage of bills. (2/27/1945)
III 28  Form of reviving, reenacting and amending bills. (2/27/1945)
III 29  Effective date of laws — exceptions — procedure in emergencies and upon recess. (2/27/1945)
III 30  Signing of bills by presiding officers — procedure on objections — presentation of bills to governor. (2/27/1945)
III 31  Governor's duty as to bills — time limitations — failure to return, bill becomes law. (9/4/1986)
III 32  Vetoed bills reconsidered, when. (12/8/1988)
III 34  Revision of general statutes — limitation on compensation. (2/27/1945)
III 35  Committee on legislative research. (2/27/1945)
III 36  Payment of state revenues and receipts to treasury — limitation of withdrawals to appropriations — order of appropriations. (2/27/1945)
III 37  Limitation on state debts and bond issues. (2/27/1945)
III 37(a)  State building bond issue authorized — interest rate — payment from income tax and other funds. (2/23/1956)
III 37(b)  Water pollution control fund established — bonds authorized — funds to stand appropriated. (11/4/1971)
III 37(c)  Additional water pollution control bonds authorized — procedure. (12/6/1979)
III 37(d)  Third state building bond issue authorized — procedures — use of funds. (7/8/1982)
III 37(e)  Water pollution control, improvement of drinking water systems and storm water control — amount of indebtedness, bonds authorized, procedure. (12/3/1998)
III 37(f)  Fourth state building bond and interest fund created — bond issue authorized, procedure — use of funds. (9/1/1994)
III 37(g)  Rural water and sewer grants and loans — bonds authorized, procedure — appropriation of funds, limitations. (12/3/1998)
III 37(h)  Storm water control plans, studies and projects — bonds authorized, procedure — storm water control bond and interest fund created, administration (includes St. Louis City and counties of the first classification). (12/4/2008)
III 38(a)  Limitation on use of state funds and credit — exceptions — public calamity — blind pensions — old age assistance — aid to children — direct relief — adjusted compensation for veterans — rehabilitation — participation in federal aid. (2/27/1945)
III 38(b)  Tax levy for blind pension fund. (2/27/1945)
III 38(c)  Neighborhood improvement districts, cities and counties may be authorized to establish, powers and duties — limitation on indebtedness. (9/6/1990)
III 38(d)  Stem cell research — title of law — permissible research — violations, penalty — report required, when — prohibited acts — definitions. (12/7/2006)
III 39  Limitation of power of general assembly. (12/3/1998)
III 39(a)  Bingo may be authorized — requirements. (12/6/2018)
III 39(b)  State lottery, authority to establish — lottery proceeds fund established, purpose. (9/3/1992)
III 39(c)  Pari-mutuel wagering may be authorized by general assembly — horse racing commission established, election procedure to adopt or reject horse racing. (9/4/1986)
III 39(d)  Gaming revenues to be appropriated to public institutions of elementary, secondary and higher education. (9/3/1992)
III 39(e)  Riverboat gambling authorized on Missouri and Mississippi Rivers — boats in moats authorized. (12/3/1998)
III 39(f)  Raffles and sweepstakes, charitable or religious organizations may sponsor, standards and conditions. (12/3/1998)
III 40  Limitations on passage of local and special laws. (2/27/1945)
III 41  Indirect enactment of local and special laws — repeal of local and special laws. (2/27/1945)
III 42  Notice of proposed local or special laws. (2/27/1945)
III 43  Title and control of lands of United States — exemption from taxation — taxation of lands of nonresidents. (2/27/1945)
III 44  Uniform interest rates. (2/27/1945)
III 45  Congressional apportionment. (2/27/1945)
III 45(a)  Term limitations for members of U.S. Congress — effective when — voluntary observance required, when. (12/3/1992)
III 46  Militia. (12/8/1960)
III 46(a)  Emergency duties and powers of assembly on enemy attack. (12/8/1960)
III 47  State parks — appropriations for, required. (12/8/1960)
III 48  Historical memorials and monuments — acquisition of property. (2/27/1945)
III 49  Reservation of power to enact and reject laws. (2/27/1945)
III 50  Initiative petitions — signatures required — form and procedure. (12/3/1998)
III 51  Appropriations by initiative — effective date of initiated laws — conflicting laws concurrently adopted. (2/27/1945)
III 52(a)  Referendum — exceptions — procedure. (2/27/1945)
III 52(b)  Veto power — elections — effective date. (2/27/1945)
III 53  Basis for computation of signatures required. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article IV EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Revisor Home
IV 1  Executive power — the governor. (2/27/1945)
IV 2  Duties of governor. (2/27/1945)
IV 3  Qualifications of governor. (2/27/1945)
IV 4  Power of appointment to fill vacancies — tenure of appointees. (2/27/1945)
IV 5  Commissions of state officers. (2/27/1945)
IV 6  Commander in chief of militia — authority. (2/27/1945)
IV 7  Reprieves, commutations and pardons — limitations on power. (2/27/1945)
IV 8  Concurrent resolutions — duty of governor — exceptions — limitation of effect. (2/27/1945)
IV 9  Governor's messages and recommendations to assembly — call of extra sessions. (2/27/1945)
IV 10  Lieutenant governor — qualifications, powers and duties. (2/27/1945)
IV 11(a)  Order of succession to governorship, when. (9/5/1968)
IV 11(b)  Governor's declaration of disability, effect of — disability board, membership, duties — governor to resume office, when — disputed illness, supreme court to decide. (9/5/1968)
IV 11(c)  Acting as governor not to vacate regular office. (9/5/1968)
IV 12  Executive department, composition of — elective officials — departments and offices enumerated. (9/6/1990)
IV 13  State auditor — qualifications and duties — limitations on duties. (2/27/1945)
IV 14  Secretary of state — duties — state seal — official register — limitation on duties. (2/27/1945)
IV 15  State treasurer — duties — custody, investment and deposit of state funds — duties limited — nonstate funds to be in custody and invested by department of revenue — nonstate funds defined. (12/3/1998)
IV 16  Filing of administrative rules and regulations. (2/27/1945)
IV 17  Elective state officers — time of election and terms — limitation on reelection — selection of department heads — removal and qualifications of appointive officers. (9/3/1970)
IV 18  Election returns — board of state canvassers — time of meeting and duties — requirement for election — tie votes. (12/7/1978)
IV 19  Department personnel — selection and removal — merit system — veterans' preference. (11/4/1971)
IV 20  Location of executive and administrative offices. (2/27/1945)
IV 21  Limitation on changes of salaries — fees, costs. (2/27/1945)
IV 22  Department of revenue, duties of — director, appointment of. (9/7/1972)
IV 23  Fiscal year — limitations on appropriations — specification of amount and purpose. (2/27/1945)
IV 24  Governor's budget and recommendations as to revenue — proposed legislation not enacted not to be included in projection of new revenues. (12/4/2014)
IV 25  Limitation of governor's budget on power of appropriations. (2/27/1945)
IV 26  Power of partial veto of appropriation bills — procedure — limitations. (2/27/1945)
IV 27  Power of governor to control rate of and reduce expenditures — notification to general assembly, when. (12/4/2014)
IV 27(a)  Budget Reserve Fund established — investment — excess transfer to general revenue, when. (12/7/2000)
IV 27(b)  Facilities maintenance and review fund created, purpose — state facilities, defined — transfer of moneys into fund, reduction or elimination of transfer by governor. (12/5/1996)
IV 28  Treasury withdrawals, how made, certified how — appropriation, period of. (9/7/1972)
IV 29  Highways and transportation commission — qualifications of members and employees — authority over state highways and other transportation programs. (12/2/2004)
IV 30(a)  Apportionment of motor vehicle fuel tax — director of revenue responsible for apportionment — limitation on local fuel taxes — fuel taxes not part of total state revenues or expenses of state government. (12/2/2004)
IV 30(b)  Source and application of state road fund — sales tax imposed on sale of motor vehicles, apportionment, how, use of revenue — distribution of increases — sales taxes not part of total state revenues or expenses of state government. (12/2/2004)
IV 30(c)  Transportation programs and facilities, administration of by commission, use of moneys. (12/2/2004)
IV 30(d)  Prohibition against diverting revenue for nonhighway purposes — severability of provisions — effective date. (12/2/2004)
IV 31  State highways in municipalities. (2/27/1945)
IV 32  Apportionment of funds for supplementary state highways. (2/27/1945)
IV 33  Retirement benefits not changed. (12/6/1979)
IV 34  Recognition of outstanding bonds — determination, certification and collection of annual state highway bond tax. (2/27/1945)
IV 35  Agriculture, department of — director, how appointed — funds to be provided, how. (9/7/1972)
IV 36  Forestry and forest fires. (2/27/1945)
IV 36(a)  Economic development, department of — duties of department — director, how appointed. (2/27/1945)
IV 36(b)  Department of insurance, established — director, appointment — office of consumer affairs to be established within department, duties. (9/7/1990)
IV 37  Social services, department of — duties of department — director, how appointed. (9/7/1972)
IV 37(a)  Mental health, department of — duties of department — director, how appointed. (9/7/1972)
IV 39  Cooperation with federal and other state governments. (2/27/1945)
IV 40(a)  Conservation commission, members, qualifications, terms, how appointed — duties of commission — expenses of members. (9/7/1972)
IV 40(b)  Incumbent members. (2/27/1945)
IV 41  Acquisition of property — eminent domain. (2/27/1945)
IV 42  Director of conservation and personnel of commission. (2/27/1945)
IV 43(a)  Sales tax, use for conservation purposes. (9/2/1976)
IV 43(b)  Use of revenue and funds of conservation commission. (12/4/1980)
IV 43(c)  Effective date — self-enforceability. (9/2/1976)
IV 44  Self-enforceability — enabling clause — repealing clause. (2/27/1945)
IV 45  Rules and regulations — filing — review. (2/27/1945)
IV 46  Distribution of rules and regulations. (2/27/1945)
IV 47  Natural resources, department of — duties of department — director, how appointed. (9/7/1972)
IV 47(a)  Sales and use tax levied for soil and water conservation and for state parks — distribution of parks sales tax fund to counties, purpose, limitation. (12/5/1996)
IV 47(b)  Disbursement of revenue, purposes. (12/5/1996)
IV 47(c)  Provisions self-enforcing, exception — not part of general revenue or expense of state — effective and expiration dates. (9/7/2006)
IV 48  Public safety, department of — duties of department — director, how appointed. (9/7/1972)
IV 49  Labor and industrial relations, department of — duties — commission members, how appointed, terms, qualifications. (9/6/1984)
IV 50  Administration, office of — commissioner, how appointed. (9/7/1972)
IV 51  Appointments, how made — failure to confirm, effect of. (9/7/1972)
IV 52  Higher education, department of established — coordinating board for higher education established, members, terms, qualifications. (9/7/1972)
IV 53  Discrimination as to race, creed, color or national origin prohibited. (9/7/1972)
Revisor Home Article V JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Revisor Home
V 1  Judicial power — constitutional courts. (9/2/1976)
V 2  Supreme court — controlling decisions — number of judges — sessions. (2/27/1945)
V 3  Jurisdiction of the supreme court. (12/2/1982)
V 4  Superior courts to control inferior courts — courts administrator, salary — reapportionment commission, appointment. (9/2/1976)
V 5  Rules of practice and procedure — duty of supreme court — power of legislature. (9/2/1976)
V 6  Assignment of judges — authority of supreme court — eligible judges. (9/2/1976)
V 7  Supreme court and court of appeals may sit in divisions. (9/2/1976)
V 8  Chief justice and chief judges, election, terms — authority of chief justice. (9/2/1976)
V 9  Transfer of causes to supreme court en banc. (9/2/1976)
V 10  Transfer of cases from court of appeals to supreme court — scope of review. (9/2/1976)
V 11  Want of jurisdiction, effect — transfers. (9/2/1976)
V 12  Judicial opinions — filing and publication — memorandum decisions and orders. (9/2/1976)
V 13  Court of appeals, districts, judges. (9/2/1976)
V 14  Circuit courts — jurisdiction — sessions. (9/2/1976)
V 15  Judicial circuits — establishment and changes — general terms and divisions — judges — presiding judge — court personnel. (9/2/1976)
V 16  Associate circuit judges, selection. (9/2/1976)
V 17  Associate circuit judges, jurisdiction. (9/2/1976)
V 18  Judicial review of action of administrative agencies — scope of review. (9/2/1976)
V 19  Terms of judges. (9/2/1976)
V 20  Salaries and compensation of judges — provision against other special compensation and practice of law — travel and other expenses. (9/2/1976)
V 21  Judges — qualifications — age requirements — license to practice law. (9/2/1976)
V 22  Court of appeals clerks and personnel — salaries. (9/2/1976)
V 23  Municipal judges and court personnel — selection — terms — compensation — jurisdiction — appeals — role of associate circuit judges. (9/2/1976)
V 24  Retirement, removal and discipline of judges, commission on — composition, terms, duties, procedures, reimbursement of expenses — additional duties prohibited. (9/2/1976)
V 25(a)  Nonpartisan selection of judges — courts subject to plan — appointments to fill vacancies. (9/2/1976)
V 25(b)  Adoption of plan in other circuits — petitions and elections — form of petition ballots. (9/2/1976)
V 25(c)(1)  Tenure of judges — declaration of candidacy — form of judicial ballot — rejection and retention. (9/2/1976)
V 25(c)(2)  Certification of names upon declaration — law applicable to elections. (9/2/1976)
V 25(d)  Nonpartisan judicial commissions — number, qualifications, selection and terms of members — majority rule — reimbursement of expenses — rules of supreme court. (9/2/1976)
V 25(e)  Payment of expenses. (9/2/1976)
V 25(f)  Prohibition of political activity by judges. (9/2/1976)
V 25(g)  Self-enforceability. (9/2/1976)
V 26  Retirement — assignment as senior judge or commissioner. (9/2/1976)
V 27  Effective date and transition provisions. (9/2/1976)
Revisor Home Article VI LOCAL GOVERNMENT Revisor Home
VI 1  Recognition of existing counties. (2/27/1945)
VI 2  Continuation of existing organization of counties. (2/27/1945)
VI 3  Consolidation of counties — allocation of liabilities. (2/27/1945)
VI 4  Division or diminution of counties. (2/27/1945)
VI 5  Dissolution of counties — annexation. (2/27/1945)
VI 6  Removal of county seats. (2/27/1945)
VI 7  County courts — number of members — powers and duties. (2/27/1945)
VI 8  Classification of counties — revisions to article VI passed by the 88th general assembly to be retroactive. (5/4/1995)
VI 9  Alternative forms of county government. (2/27/1945)
VI 10  Terms of city and county offices. (2/27/1945)
VI 11  Compensation of county officers — increases in compensation not to require additional services — statement of fees and salaries. (9/4/1986)
VI 12  Officers compensated only by salaries in certain counties. (2/27/1945)
VI 13  Compensation of officers in criminal matters — fees. (2/27/1945)
VI 14  Joint participation by counties in common enterprises. (2/27/1945)
VI 15  Classification of cities and towns — uniform laws — change from special to general law. (2/27/1945)
VI 16  Cooperation by local governments with other governmental units. (2/27/1945)
VI 17  Consolidation and separation as between municipalities and other political subdivisions. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(a)  County government by special charter — limitations — counties adopting charter or constitutional form shall be a separate class of counties from classification system. (5/4/1995)
VI 18(b)  Provisions required in county charters — exception. (12/2/2010)
VI 18(c)  Provisions authorized in county charters — participation by county in government of other local units. (12/3/1970)
VI 18(d)  Taxation under county charters. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(e)  Laws affecting charter counties — limitations. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(f)  Petitions for charter commissions — signatures required — procedure. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(g)  Charter commission — appointment, number and qualification of members. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(h)  Adoption of charter — special election — manner of submission. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(i)  Notice of special charter election. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(j)  Certificates of adoption of charter — recordation and deposit — judicial notice. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(k)  Amendments of county charters. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(l)  Limitation on resubmission after defeat of charter. (2/27/1945)
VI 18(m)  County of the first classification may provide a county constitution — content, procedure, limitations. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(n)  Circuit judges may appoint constitution commission, members, qualifications. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(o)  County constitution, effective when — submission to electorate for separate vote on any part or alternative sections. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(p)  Publication requirements for text of constitution — election to adopt procedure. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(q)  Constitution may be adopted or rejected by voters — resubmission procedure. (12/8/1994)
VI 18(r)  Certified copies of county constitution to be filed, where — amendments to constitution, procedure. (12/8/1994)
VI 19  Certain cities may adopt charter form of government — procedure to frame and adopt — notice required — effect of. (11/4/1971)
VI 19(a)  Power of charter cities, how limited. (11/4/1971)
VI 20  Amendment to city charters — procedure to submit and adopt. (2/27/1945)
VI 21  Reclamation of blighted, substandard or insanitary areas. (2/27/1945)
VI 22  Laws affecting charter cities — officers and employees. (2/27/1945)
VI 23  Limitation on ownership of corporate stock, use of credit and grants of public funds by local governments. (2/27/1945)
VI 23(a)  Cities may acquire and furnish industrial plants — indebtedness for. (2/27/1945)
VI 24  Annual budgets and reports of local government and municipally owned utilities — audits. (2/27/1945)
VI 25  Limitation on use of credit and grant of public funds by local governments — pensions and retirement plans for employees of certain cities and counties. (12/6/1984)
VI 26(a)  Limitation on indebtedness of local governments without popular vote. (2/27/1945)
VI 26(b)  Limitation on indebtedness of local government authorized by popular vote. (5/7/1998)
VI 26(c)  Additional indebtedness of counties and cities when authorized by popular vote. (9/1/1988)
VI 26(d)  Additional indebtedness of cities for public improvements — benefit districts — special assessments. (9/1/1988)
VI 26(e)  Additional indebtedness of cities for municipally owned water and light plants — limitations. (9/1/1988)
VI 26(f)  Annual tax to pay and retire obligations within twenty years. (2/27/1945)
VI 26(g)  Contest of elections to authorize indebtedness. (2/27/1945)
VI 27  Political subdivision revenue bonds for utility, industrial and airport purposes — restrictions. (12/5/2002)
VI 27(a)  Political subdivision revenue bonds issued for utilities and airports, restrictions. (12/7/1978)
VI 27(b)  Political subdivision revenue bonds issued for industrial development, restriction. (12/7/1978)
VI 27(c)  Revenue bonds defined. (12/7/1978)
VI 28  Refunding bonds. (2/27/1945)
VI 29  Application of funds derived from public debts. (2/27/1945)
VI 30(a)  Powers conferred with respect to intergovernmental relations — procedure for selection of board of freeholders. (12/8/1966)
VI 30(b)  Appointment of member by governor — meetings of board — vacancies — compensation and reimbursement of members — preparation of plan — taxation of real estate affected — submission at special elections — effect of adoption — certification and recordation — judicial notice. (2/27/1945)
VI 31  Recognition of city of St. Louis as now existing both as a city and as a county. (12/5/2002)
VI 32(a)  Amendment of charter of St. Louis. (12/5/2002)
VI 32(b)  Revision of charter of St. Louis — officers to complete terms and staff given opportunity for city employment. (12/5/2002)
VI 32(c)  Effect of revision on retirement. (12/5/2002)
VI 33  Certification, recordation and deposit of amendments and revised charter — judicial notice. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article VII PUBLIC OFFICERS Revisor Home
VII 1  Impeachment — officers liable — grounds. (2/27/1945)
VII 2  Power of impeachment — trial of impeachments. (2/27/1945)
VII 3  Effect of judgment of impeachment. (2/27/1945)
VII 4  Removal of officers not subject to impeachment. (2/27/1945)
VII 5  Election contests — executive state officers — other election contests. (2/27/1945)
VII 6  Penalty for nepotism. (2/27/1945)
VII 7  Appointment of officers. (2/27/1945)
VII 8  Qualifications for public office — nonresidents. (2/27/1945)
VII 9  Disqualification by federal employment — exceptions. (2/27/1945)
VII 10  Equality of sexes in public service. (2/27/1945)
VII 11  Oath of office. (2/27/1945)
VII 12  Tenure of office. (2/27/1945)
VII 13  Limitation on increase of compensation and extension of terms of office. (2/27/1945)
VII 14  Statement of actuary required before retirement benefits substantially changed. (9/7/1978)
Revisor Home Article VIII SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS Revisor Home
VIII 1  Time of general elections. (2/27/1945)
VIII 2  Qualifications of voters — disqualifications. (2/27/1945)
VIII 3  Methods of voting — secrecy of ballot — exceptions. (9/2/1976)
VIII 4  Privilege of voters from arrest — exceptions. (2/27/1945)
VIII 5  Registration of voters. (2/27/1945)
VIII 6  Retention of residence for voting purposes. (2/27/1945)
VIII 7  Absentee voting. (2/27/1945)
VIII 11  Voter identification, authorized to identify voter and verify citizenship and residency — photo identification permitted. (12/8/2016)
VIII 15  Preamble. (12/5/1996)
VIII 16  Congressional term limits amendment. (12/5/1996)
VIII 17  Voter instruction on term limits for members of congress — ballots to include "disregarded voters' instruction on term limits", when. (12/5/1996)
VIII 18  Voter instruction on term limit pledge for non-incumbents. (12/5/1996)
VIII 19  Secretary of state, duties regarding ballot designations. (12/5/1996)
VIII 20  Automatic repeal. (12/5/1996)
VIII 21  Legal challenges, jurisdiction. (12/5/1996)
VIII 22  Severability. (12/5/1996)
VIII 23  Campaign contribution limits, establishment of — requirements — complaint process — penalties. (11/8/2016)
Revisor Home Article IX EDUCATION Revisor Home
IX 1(a)  Free public schools — age limit. (9/2/1976)
IX 1(b)  Specific schools — adult education. (2/27/1945)
IX 2(a)  State board of education — number and appointment of members — political affiliation — terms — reimbursement and compensation. (2/27/1945)
IX 2(b)  Commissioner of education — qualification, duties and compensation — appointment and compensation of professional staff — powers and duties of state board of education. (2/27/1945)
IX 3(a)  Payment and distribution of appropriations and income. (2/27/1945)
IX 3(b)  Deficiency in provision for eight-month school year — allotment of state revenue for school purposes. (2/27/1945)
IX 3(c)  Racial discrimination in employment of teachers. (2/27/1945)
IX 4  Public school and seminary funds — certificates of indebtedness — renewals — liquidation — legal investment of funds — tax levy for interest. (2/27/1945)
IX 5  Public school fund — sources — payment into state treasury — investment — limitation on use of income. (2/27/1945)
IX 6  Seminary fund — sources — payment into state treasury — investment — limitation on use of income. (2/27/1945)
IX 7  County and township school funds — liquidation and reinvestment — optional distribution on liquidation — annual distribution of income and receipts. (2/27/1945)
IX 8  Prohibition of public aid for religious purposes and institutions. (2/27/1945)
IX 9(a)  State university — government by board of curators — number and appointment. (2/27/1945)
IX 9(b)  Maintenance of state university and other educational institutions. (2/27/1945)
IX 10  Free public libraries — declaration of policy — state aid to local public libraries. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article X TAXATION Revisor Home
X 1  Taxing power — exercise by state and local governments. (2/27/1945)
X 2  Inalienability of power to tax. (2/27/1945)
X 3  Limitation of taxation to public purposes — uniformity — general laws — time for payment of taxes — valuation. (9/2/1982)
X 4(a)  Classification of taxable property — taxes on franchises, incomes, excises and licenses. (2/27/1945)
X 4(b)  Basis of assessment of tangible property — real property — taxation of intangibles — limitations. (9/2/1982)
X 4(c)  Assessment, levy, collection and distribution of tax on intangibles. (2/27/1945)
X 4(d)  Income tax laws, may incorporate federal laws by reference — rates, how set. (12/5/1968)
X 5  Taxation of railroads. (2/27/1945)
X 6  Property exempt from taxation. (12/2/2010)
X 6(a)  Homestead exemption authorized. (9/2/1982)
X 6(b)  Intangible property exempt from taxation, when — local governments may be reimbursed, when. (12/7/1972)
X 7  Relief from taxation — forest lands — obsolete, decadent, or blighted areas — limitations — exception. (9/2/1976)
X 8  Limitation on state tax rate on tangible property. (2/27/1945)
X 9  Immunity of private property from sale for municipal debts. (2/27/1945)
X 10(a)  State prohibited from imposing local taxes for local purposes. (2/27/1945)
X 10(b)  State aid for local purposes. (2/27/1945)
X 10(c)  Reduction in rates of levy may be required by law. (12/7/1978)
X 11(a)  Taxing jurisdiction of local governments — limitation on assessed valuation. (2/27/1945)
X 11(b)  Limitations on local tax rates. (12/3/1998)
X 11(c)  Increase of tax rate by popular vote — further limitation by law — exceptions to limitation. (12/3/1998)
X 11(d)  Tax rate in St. Louis for county purposes. (2/27/1945)
X 11(e)  Exclusion of bonded debt from limitations on tax rates. (2/27/1945)
X 11(f)  Authorization of local taxes other than ad valorem taxes. (2/27/1945)
X 11(g)  Operating levy for Kansas City school district may be set by school board. (5/7/1998)
X 12(a)  Additional tax rates for county roads and bridges — road districts — reduction in rate may be required, how. (12/7/1978)
X 12(b)  Refund of road and bridge taxes. (2/27/1945)
X 13  Tax sales — limitations — contents of notices. (2/27/1945)
X 14  Equalization commission — appointment — duties. (2/27/1945)
X 15  Definition of "other political subdivision". (2/27/1945)
X 16  Taxes and state spending to be limited — state to support certain local activities — emergency spending and bond payments to be authorized. (12/4/1980)
X 17  Definitions. (12/4/1980)
X 18  Limitation on taxes which may be imposed by general assembly — exclusions — refund of excess revenue — adjustments authorized. (12/4/1980)
X 18(e)  Voter approval required for taxes or fees, when, exceptions — compliance procedure, remedies. (5/2/1996)
X 19  Limits may be exceeded, when, how. (12/4/1980)
X 20  Limitation on state expenses. (12/4/1980)
X 21  State support to local governments not to be reduced, additional activities and services not to be imposed without full state funding. (12/4/1980)
X 22  Political subdivisions to receive voter approval for increases in taxes and fees — rollbacks may be required — limitation not applicable to taxes for bonds. (12/4/1980)
X 23  Taxpayers may bring actions for interpretations of limitations. (12/4/1980)
X 24  Voter approval requirements not exclusive — self-enforceability. (12/4/1980)
X 25  Sale or transfer of homes or other real estate, prohibition on imposition of any new taxes, when. (12/2/2010)
X 26  Prohibition on new or local sales, use, or other similar transaction-based tax not subject to such tax as of January 1, 2015. (12/8/2016)
Revisor Home Article XI CORPORATIONS Revisor Home
XI 1  Definition of "corporation". (2/27/1945)
XI 2  Organization of corporations by general law — special laws relating to corporations — invalidation of unexercised charters and franchises. (2/27/1945)
XI 3  Exercise of police power with respect to corporations. (2/27/1945)
XI 4  Corporations subject to eminent domain — trial by jury. (2/27/1945)
XI 6  Cumulative voting authorized unless alternate method provided by law — exceptions. (9/1/1988)
XI 7  Consideration for corporate stock and debts — fictitious issues — antecedent debts — increases of stock or bonds — issuance of preferred stock. (2/27/1945)
XI 8  Limitation of liability of stockholders. (2/27/1945)
XI 9  Public highways — common carriers — regulations. (2/27/1945)
XI 10  Consolidation of domestic with foreign railroad corporations — jurisdiction of Missouri courts — notice of consolidation. (2/27/1945)
XI 11  Local consent for street railroads. (2/27/1945)
XI 12  Prohibition of discrimination, favoritism and preferences. (2/27/1945)
XI 13  Exclusion of state from banking. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article XII AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION Revisor Home
XII 1  SCHEDULE — Supersession of prior constitutional provisions. (2/27/1945)
XII 1  Limitation on revision and amendment. (2/27/1945)
XII 2  SCHEDULE — Effect on existing laws. (2/27/1945)
XII 2(a)  Proposal of amendments by general assembly. (2/27/1945)
XII 2(b)  Submission of amendments proposed by general assembly or by the initiative. (2/27/1945)
XII 3  SCHEDULE — Effect on existing terms of office. (2/27/1945)
XII 3(a)  Referendum on constitutional convention — qualifications of delegates — selection of nominees for district delegates and delegates-at-large — election procedure. (2/27/1945)
XII 3(b)  Convention of delegates — quarters — oath — compensation — quorum — vote required — organization, employees, printing — public sessions — rules — vacancies. (2/27/1945)
XII 3(c)  Submission of proposal adopted by convention — time of election — effective date. (2/27/1945)
XII 4  SCHEDULE — Effect on certain existing courts. (2/27/1945)
XII 5  SCHEDULE — Effect on existing rights, claims. (2/27/1945)
XII 6  SCHEDULE — Reimbursement for expenses of constitutional election. (2/27/1945)
Revisor Home Article XIII PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Revisor Home
XIII 1  Medical benefits may be authorized for state officers, employees and their dependents. (12/6/1984)
XIII 2  Medical benefits may be authorized for political subdivision officers, employees and their dependents. (12/6/1984)
XIII 3  Compensation of state elected officials, general assembly members and judges to be set by Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation — members qualifications, terms, removal, vacancies, duties — procedure. (12/7/2006)
Revisor Home Article XIV MEDICAL CANNABIS Revisor Home
XIV 1  Right to access medical marijuana. (12/6/2018)

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