LU students get lesson in constitutional issues

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster told Lincoln University students Monday his “three adult jobs” have given him “different vantage points on the U.S. Constitution.”

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Koster, a former Cass County prosecutor and Missouri state senator, has been attorney general since January 2009.

In his current job, he said, “Every day, we have issues that compare the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Missouri and the laws of the state of Missouri, in a very detailed way ... and whether those comport with the constitutional mandates that we all live under.”

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