NFIB is throwing its weight behind Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s legal challenge to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act.
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A pair of bills in the Missouri House seek to bolster businesses impacted by shutdowns over the past year through a tax credit.
An attempt to gradually increase Missouri’s motor fuel tax rate for the first time in more than two decades passed the Senate Thursday.
A bill seeking to gradually phase out Missouri’s personal property tax assessment rate was defeated in the Senate Monday evening.
The Missouri House passed a controversial education bill to thunderous applause Thursday after a Republican representative flipped his vote.
The Senate heard testimony on a bill that would raise the domestic violence tax credit and add rape crisis centers as a qualifying facility.
“By giving taxpayers the option to obtain a rebate, we can strike a balance that generates the funding we need while also protecting taxpayers who don’t want to see their tax bill go up.”
A bill meant to set a cap on the newly-revived low-income housing tax credits program is set to be considered in the upper chamber.
A pair of bills from Rep. Hannah Kelly seeking to help Missourians fostering or adopting children passed through the House Wednesday.
A pair of bills intended to aid parents fostering and adopting children in the state of Missouri passed through a House committee Tuesday.