Sen. Mike Cierpiot, who represents Jackson County, said he has heard from numerous constituents who have struggled with sudden tax increases.
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Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins opposed a tax reform proposal from President Joe Biden, citing impacts on Missouri farmers.
Language allowing Springfield to establish a land bank to manage property is making its way through the legislature at the end of session.
The Missouri Senate sent a pair of amended House bills to the Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee Thursday afternoon.
A licensure bill covering occupational therapists, pharmacists, and other professions was sent for fiscal review Thursday.
"With the bill’s passage, Missouri homeowners, especially the most vulnerable, will have peace of mind knowing their homes will remain their sanctuaries."
A bill seeking to gradually phase out Missouri’s personal property tax assessment rate was defeated in the Senate Monday evening.
The SAFHR Program provides rent and utility assistance for low-to-moderate income households who have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
“When shenanigans like this are exposed, trust is eroded.”
Missouri workers earning minimum wage would need to work nearly 60 hours a week in order to afford an average one-bedroom rental home in the…