Michael Hendren writes:
Amendment 1 passed overwhelmingly in the State of Missouri yesterday. This makes the State Seal of Missouri in direct violation of the Missouri Constitution. How can we let this egregious blatant attempt to expose our legal system to non-English phrases like “Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto” stand? There are many statutes on the books in the state of Missouri that contain similar non-English phrases. I assume these laws are no longer valid in this state as they violate our newest Amendment to our constitution.
I am writing to advise you, and anyone else you wish to invite, to write to Attorney General/Governor-Select Jay Nixon to update the state seal poste haste … er… I mean “very quickly.”
… And don’t try to give me any of that ex post facto non-sense or you’ll have to be cited with contempt.