DALLAS -- Missouri voters will decide next week whether to make it easier for cities, counties, and schools to raise property taxes with a constitutional amendment that officials and bond dealers say is needed but unlikely to pass.

In the election next Tuesday, voters will also decide on an amendment that would allow a state highway commission to issue revenue bonds, and another that would give constitutional backing to a fledging rainy-day fund for the state.

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