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  1. Opinion No. (1986) (1986)

    (1) Does § 362.105(13) require licensing and registration of bank sales personnel who purchase and sell investment securities for the account of customers?


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  2. Opinion No. 212-80 (1980) (1980)

    Can a county hospital, organized under Sections 205.160, et seq., enter into a contract with a private physician for the operation of an out-patient clinic within the confines of the county hospital?


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  3. Opinion No. (2008) (2008)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated December 24, 2008, for our review under Section 116.334, RSMo, of a proposed summary statement prepared for the petition submitted by Ed Martin on December 1, 2008, relating to amending Article IV, Section 17 of the Missouri Constitution. The proposed summary statement is as follows:


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  4. Opinion No. 123-80 (1980) (1980)

    Does the Missouri Department of Mental Health constitute a `continuing committee' which would be subject to the election campaign reporting requirements set forth in sections 130.011, RSMo 1978, as amended, et seq.


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  5. Opinion No. 34-80 (1980) (1980)

    This is in response to your opinion request in which you inquire as to whether a school board may invest surplus district funds in a bank outside the district and county under Section165.051, RSMo, even though there are interested and qualified banks within the district.


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  6. Opinion No. 92-76 (1976) (1976)

    "Does Chapter 303, the motor vehicle safety responsibility law for the state of Missouri, require the Missouri Director of Revenue to suspend the drivers license and motor vehicle registration plates of a person when notice is received pursuant to Section 303.090, RSMo 1969, of an unsatisfied judgment against such person stemming from an automobile accident upon private property?"


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  7. Opinion No. (2009) (2009)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated December 7, 2009, for our review under § 116.332, RSMo, of the sufficiency as to form of an initiative petition submitted by Marc H. Ellinger (version 4a) to amend Chapter 92, Revised Statutes of Missouri.


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  8. Opinion No. (1985) (1985)

    This letter is in response to your request for an opinion of this office asking whether in view of the legislative appropriation history of S.C.S.H.B. 1013, Eighty-Second General Assembly, the Department of Social Services had authority to utilize funds from C.C.S.H.B. 1011 for the purpose of relocation and movement of personnel from the Kansas City State Office Building or for the purpose of renovation of the office building.


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  9. Opinion No. (2011) (2011)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated November 22, 2011, for our review under § 116.332, RSMo, of the sufficiency as to form of an initiative petition to amend Article X of the Missouri Constitution submitted by Mark Reading (version 4).


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  10. Opinion No. 75-79 (1979) (1979)

    This letter is in response to your question asking whether a special road district is required in all instances to service and maintain roads platted for public use by private developers in subdivisions that lie within their district and whether or not they are obligated to expend taxpayers' funds for the maintenance, repair and servicing of those roads or street systems.


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  11. Opinion No. (2009) (2009)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated July 16, 2009, for our review under § 116.334, RSMo, of a proposed summary statement prepared for the petition submitted by Charles Hatfield (version 2) regarding a proposed constitutional amendment to Article X, Section 25 of the Missouri Constitution. The proposed summary statement is as follows:


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  12. Opinion No. 158-81 (1981) (1981)

    This opinion is in response to your question asking whether the appointment of the members of the State Soil and Water Districts Commission is governed by the provisions of Section 10.4, Appendix B, of the Omnibus State Reorganization Act of 1974, or by the provisions of subsection 2 of Section 278.080, RSMo, as enacted by Senate Bill No. 612 of the 80th General Assembly.


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  13. Opinion No. (2011) (2011)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated September 15, 2011, for our review under § 116.332, RSMo, of the sufficiency as to form of an initiative petition to amend Article X of the Missouri Constitution submitted by Herman Kriegshauser.


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  14. Opinion No. (1993) (1993)

    Does Article VII, Section 13, Mo. Const. 1945 permit local County voters to increase the compensation of the Circuit Clerk during the term of elected office?


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  15. Opinion No. 10-82 (1982) (1982)

    1. Do local agencies holding a certificate of authority from the Missouri Air Conservation Commission have authority to regulate emissions from state-owned air pollution sources?


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  16. Opinion No. 67-78 (1978) (1978)

    "What are the legal responsibilities for fire protection a Fire District has with regards to Corps of Engineers property. Must fire protection without compensation from the federal government be provided or can the Fire District require them to provide compensation at the same rate as the other taxpayers in the district?"


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  17. Opinion No. (1986) (1986)

    In the absence of a state law or state authorization, may a local governmental body such as a county commission or city council enact an ordinance prohibiting compulsory union membership or support by an employee?


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  18. Opinion No. (1987) (1987)

    This letter is in response to your request for our review under Sections 116.332 and 116.334, RSMo 1986, for sufficiency as to form of an initiative petition relating to a proposed law to establish a fund to assist the homeless by a tax on sales of malt (beer) products, wine and spirits in Missouri. A copy of the initiative petition, including the proposed law, which you submitted to this office on September 23, 1987, is attached for reference.

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  19. Opinion No. (2008) (2008)

    This opinion letter responds to your request dated November 6, 2008, for our review under Section 116.332, RSMo, of the sufficiency as to form of an initiative petition amending Article I, Section 34 of the Missouri Constitution submitted by Tim Asher and the Missouri Civil Rights Initiative.


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  20. Opinion No. 78-76 (1976) (1976)

    "Does the Board of Directors of an ambulance district formed pursuant to Chap. 190 RSMo. 1973 have the authority to call an election to increase the levy above the 15 cents per $100 assessed valuation without a petition as provided for in 137.065 RSMo. 1973. Further, in such election will the increased levy be sustained by a simple majority, or does it require a two-thirds affirmative vote?"


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