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A licensure bill covering occupational therapists, pharmacists, and other professions was sent for fiscal review Thursday.
NFIB is throwing its weight behind Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s legal challenge to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act.
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.