( KTRS ) The Missouri House has passed a bill to bar city and county officials from setting traffic-ticket quotas for police departments.
House members tacked on a number of additional provisions to the bill before passing it Monday, that means it will head back to the Senate.
The bill is aimed at stopping public officials from requiring police to write a certain number of citations. It also would
The bill continues efforts to change ticketing and fine policies following the unrest in Ferguson.
Lawmakers face a May 13 deadline to pass the legislation before session ends.