The two groups were “Missourians for Responsible Lending” and “Give Missourians a Raise,” which had similar coalitions of community groups, religious leaders and some unions.
Each proposal needs certified signatures from 91,818 to 99,600 registered voters to get on the November ballot. The signatures must include a required minimum from at least six of the state’s nine congressional districts, with the exact overall number needed depending on which six were chosen.
The secretary of state’s office has until early August to certify or reject the petitions.
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