Missouri Constitution
Article I - Bill of Rights
Section 4 Independence of Missouri—submission of certain amendments to Constitution of the United States.

Universal Citation: MO Const art I § 4
That Missouri is a free and independent state, subject only to the Constitution of the United States; that all proposed amendments to the Constitution of the United States qualifying or affecting the individual liberties of the people or which in any wise may impair the right of local self-government belonging to the people of this state, should be submitted to conventions of the people.

Source: Const. of 1875, Art. I, Sec. 3.

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