Missouri Constitution

Missouri Constitution
Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, downtown view on the Missouri River with the State Capitol at dusk.

Missouri Constitution – the current version, the fourth, was created in 1945, with 2017 being the recent amendment.  The original Constitution was adopted in 1875.

IBILL OF RIGHTS

IITHE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS

IIILEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT

  • LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS
  • LIMITATION OF LEGISLATIVE POWER
  • STATE LOTTERY
  • INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM

IVEXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

  • REVENUE
  • HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION
  • AGRICULTURE
  • ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • INSURANCE
  • SOCIAL SERVICES
  • MENTAL HEALTH
  • CONSERVATION
  • NATURAL RESOURCES
  • PUBLIC SAFETY
  • LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
  • OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
  • APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEADS
  • HIGHER EDUCATION
  • NONDISCRIMINATION IN APPOINTMENTS

VJUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

  • SCHEDULE

VILOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • SPECIAL CHARTERS
  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  • FINANCES
  • CITY AND COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS
  • CITY OF ST. LOUIS

VIIPUBLIC OFFICERS

VIIISUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS

IXEDUCATION

XTAXATION

XICORPORATIONS

  • RAILROADS
  • BANKS

XIIAMENDING THE CONSTITUTION

  • SCHEDULE

XIIIPUBLIC EMPLOYEES

RESOURCE:

Missouri Constitution References: MOGA.MO.Gov – Missouri Secretary of StateWikipedia

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