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They’re taking their fight for reforms they think will improve Missouri lawmakers directly to voters. On Thursday, they turned in nearly 347,000 signatures gathered by more than 1,600 volunteers to get Clean Missouri’s reforms on the 2018 ballot.

“We are frankly tired of talking to our state reps about things that they actually don’t listen to, so we believe that it really needed to be the voters collectively speaking in one voice, united to say it is time to get money out of politics,” said Cassandra Gould, a reverend at the Quinn Chapel AME Church in Jefferson City and executive director of Missouri Faith Voices.

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