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Missouri Municipal Police Force Retirement (2010)

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The Missouri Municipal Police Force Retirement Initiative did not appear on the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot in Missouri as an initiated state statute.

The official ballot titles were certified on January 25, 2010.

Official ballot titles

Version 1

The official ballot title of Version 1 was:[1]

Shall Missouri law be amended to allow any city not within a county, currently St. Louis City, the option to replace the current state control over that city’s municipal police force by passing an ordinance that establishes local control of the city’s municipal police force?

It is estimated this proposal would allow the City of St. Louis to eliminate duplicative and unnecessary administrative functions that could result in unknown savings. Reductions in reimbursements from the state’s Legal Expense Fund could result in state revenue savings up to $1 million annually.

Version 2

The official ballot title of Version 2 was:[2]

Shall Missouri law be amended to allow any city not within a county, currently St. Louis City, the option to replace the current state control over that city’s municipal police force and police retirement benefits system by passing ordinances that establish local control of the city’s municipal police force and police retirement benefits?

It is estimated this proposal would allow the City of St. Louis to eliminate duplicative and unnecessary administrative functions that could result in unknown savings. Reductions in reimbursements from the state’s Legal Expense Fund could result in state revenue savings up to $1 million annually.

Version 3

The official ballot title of Version 3 was:[3]

Shall Missouri law be amended to allow any city not within a county, currently St. Louis City, the option to replace the current state control over that city’s municipal police force and police retirement benefits system by passing ordinances that establish local control of the city’s municipal police force and police retirement benefits?

It is estimated this proposal would allow the City of St. Louis to eliminate duplicative and unnecessary administrative functions that could result in unknown savings. Reductions in reimbursements from the state’s Legal Expense Fund could result in state revenue savings up to $1 million annually.

Path to the ballot

See also: Missouri signature requirements

To qualify for the ballot, each initiative required signatures from registered voters equal to 5% of the total votes cast in the 2008 governor's election from six of the state's nine congressional districts - approximately 92,000 signatures. Petition signatures are due by May 2, 2010.

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