Today is Missouri’s primary and on the ballot this year is Proposition C.
The L.A. Times breaks it down:
Here’s part of the language you’ll see when you head to the polls should state law be amended to “deny the government authority to penalize citizens for refusing to purchase private insurance.”
A yes vote on Prop C means you suppose (sic, I think they mean “support”) Missouri’s right to opt-out of the mandatory requirement that everyone purchase health insurance.
A no vote on Prop C says you’re in favor of the federal government requiring everyone in all 50 states to buy health insurance or face a fine.
I took this photo earlier this morning:
Don’t forget to vote today, Missourians. And remember to vote “Yes” on Prop C.