Missouri Constitution of 1945 Art. I, § 6. Practice and support of religion not compulsory--contracts therefor enforceable

That no person can be compelled to erect, support or attend any place or system of worship, or to maintain or support any priest, minister, preacher or teacher of any sect, church, creed or denomination of religion;  but if any person shall voluntarily make a contract for any such object, he shall be held to the performance of the same.


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