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Court formally rules against Fletcher

The parties in Michael Fletcher’s ill-fated attempt to remain on the Kansas City Council ballot worked around the clock to appeal the case. The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District could do no less.

The court issued a 21-page opinion this morning explaining the reasoning behind its rare ruling from the bench yesterday in a challenge to Fletcher’s Missouri residency.

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Disqualified candidate comes in second

A former lawyer seeking a City Council seat in Kansas City would have advanced to April’s general election if a judge hadn’t disqualified him from Tuesday’s primary, according to contest results. The legal team for the nixed candidate, Michael Fletcher, now is pursuing emergency measures with the Missouri Supreme Court.

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Elections: Ballot Summaries – Circuit Court Revision – Eminent Domain

Missouri Municipal League, et al. v. Carnahan, et al. (Case No. WD71224 – 28 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Hardwick, J.) Where opponents of ballot initiatives to amend Missouri’s eminent domain provisions challenged fiscal notes and summaries statements ...

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