Firstly, KMOV is the local CBS affiliate here in Saint Louis. I talked to my father (as he watches it and the news more often than I) and he confirmed this.
Resolution 32 or something like that. Ever since the last major major elections (where we voted for several key positions [Gov., senator, a couple representatives and of course U.S. Pres.]Nov. '04), we've had a lot of weird concepts either be presented and/or initiated.
For example, a couple months after those elections, several counties passed laws for it to be illegal to be a homosexual and/or bisexual. The STL Cardinals (Major League Baseball team) got a new stadium approved at the same time a lot of social services (teachers fired, schools shut down, government run healthcare services...so on) got axed. It was ludicrious.
Anyway, I highly doubt it will go thru and even if it would get lobbied enough to do so, there will be enough lawsuits to go up their ying-yang. But keep in mind, Missouri is one of the most conservative states in the Union in many cases.
Still, Missouri is a nice place to live (in Saint Louis and Kansas City anyway) and does have many other aspects to go against the stuff above.
P.S. Gode, I can't seem to link to that for some reason.