The Senate’s 23-8 vote in a special session sends the measure to the House with just a few days remaining before what Gov. Jay Nixon has said is a Tuesday deadline to submit a proposal to Boeing.
The incentives, which are tied to job creation, are the sole focus of a special session called by Gov. Jay Nixon as Missouri contends with more than a dozen other locations to produce the next-generation 777X airplane.
The Senate bill passed with only two Senators opposing the measure. The House bill passed unanimously.
Civic leaders seek to keep NFL in downtown St. Louis, while team may be looking at sites in St. Louis County.
St. Louis leaders are urging Missouri lawmakers to approve incentives for Boeing to build a new commercial airplane in their region.
At the special session, Nixon is expected to ask the General Assembly to pass legislation granting Boeing up to $150 million in incentives.
Jose Carrera tells KMOX he answered a newspaper ad seeking a Christmas time donation.
Gov. Jay Nixon has officially called a special session to pass legislation to help the state win production of Boeing’s next-generation jet.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is reportedly considering a special session to pass an incentive package.
Jay Nixon is proposing to increase scholarships for the state’s top students if they promise to stay in Missouri after graduation day.