On the eve of announcing he wants a promotion to write federal legislation in Washington, D.C., Ed Martin has had another of his state legislative proposals rejected for legal flaws.
Martin heads up Missouri Roundtable for Life, an anti-stem cell group that has filed dozens of initiative petitions attempting to gut the voter approved stem cell research and cures protections of Amendment 2.
But Martin never seems to be able to get the his paperwork to meet minimum legal standards, costing taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars in the process.
Not so much.
The Attorney General and Secretary of State have again rejected Martin's proposal for fundamental legal flaws.