Any remaining uncertainty over a proposed constitutional amendment appearing on the November ballot has been erased. The state Supreme Court yesterday rejected a last-minute appeal to try to keep Amendment 1 off the ballot and out of the hands of voters. The Supreme Court was the last possible hurdle for the initiative known as “Clean Missouri” after an appellate court reversed a circuit judge’s initial ruling that would have removed the issue from the ballot. The initiative petition for the amendment contained over 300,000 signatures – well above the legal requirements – and has been endorsed by several current and former lawmakers from both the Republican and Democrat parties and several of the state’s largest newspapers. Final approval will now be up to the voters November 6th.