The Missouri Natural Streams System Act, also known as Proposition A , was an initiated state statute on the November 6, 1990 ballot in Missouri, where it was defeated.
| Proposition A (Natural Streams System Act)|
|Yes|| 320,958|| 24.9%|
Official results via: Official Manual State of Missouri ("Blue Book") (p.495)
Text of measure
The question asked on the ballot was:
- Shall there be enacted a Missouri statue to establish a Natural Streams System made up of specific Missouri streams, tributaries and related lands; to be regulated and protected through creation of a Natural Streams Commission and through adoption of management plans and regulations--developed with local input--that maintain existing lawful uses while regulating the future use of the System by prohibiting activities such as the construction of dams and the use of certain motorized vehicles; and by establishing fees for certain System users with revenue from those fees used to help finance administration of this act? Annual administrative costs ranging from $1,270,000 to $2,600,000 with $10,000 to $1,250,000 from General Revenue and $85,000 from the Highway Fund, not including possible legal challenges. Permit fees of $2,700,000 to Natural Streams Fund.