Where plaintiffs challenged an initiative petition that sought to require providers of in-home services and vendors of consumer-directed services to pay a percentage of their revenue to the individual performing the service in the form of wages and benefits, the trial court erred in certifying the summary statement because it was insufficient by failing to provide information to the voter on its subject matter, so on remand the appellate court provided a summary statement to be certified, but the trial court did not err in certifying the fiscal note summary.
Judgment is affirmed in part; reversed in part; remanded.
Protect Consumers’ Access To Quality Homecare Coalition v. Kander (MLW No. 68470/Case No. WD79100 – 16 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Witt, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Cole County, Beetem, J. (Lowell D. Pearson and Robert R. Harding, Jefferson City, for appellants) (Jeremiah Morgan and Paul Harper, Jefferson City, for respondent).