MISSOURI--- A Missouri lawmaker has stepped down from his post after accusations of stealing campaign cash. State Representative Steve Webb of Florissant resigned from District 67 - about a month after criminal charges were filed. The Democrat is accused of mishandling more than $60,000 and spending more than $6,000 on personal expenses. The money was supposed to help with campaign finances for the Legislative Black Caucus. Criminal charges include one felony count of stealing and seven misdemeanor counts of violating campaign finance law.
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