Missouri voters voiced their support for Amendment two Tuesday. About 80 percent voted in favor of the measure known as the “Right to Pray” amendment, which advocates say reinforces freedom of religion. Critics say the amendment is redundant because the U.S. Constitution already protects freedom of religion.
Listen to the story and see what Sarah Steelman, who conceded the Senate race last night, said about the amendment.
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