The Missouri House gave first-round approval Tuesday to a proposed amnesty period that could help delinquent taxpayers pay off their debts while boosting state revenue.
Nixon announced Monday that he is releasing the money to be distributed to higher education institutions.
Figures released Friday by the Office of Administration show net general collections totaled $3.77 billion from July through December.
In addition to the vendors who depend on sales and tips to make ends meet, the city of St. Louis also comes out a loser in the dispute between owners and players.
Exactly how cash-strapped Illinois’ fortunes shake out with the state’s long-awaited gambling expansion remain to be seen, though the first numbers appear to illustrate the wagering option’s popularity — at least for now.
That’s a nearly 18 percent increase over the previous year.
Combined the St. Louis-area casinos made a $96.2 million in June.
Figures released Wednesday show Missouri’s net revenues were up 3.1 percent through April.
Arch Coal Inc. says its first-quarter earnings slumped due to a weak U.S. market for coal used to generate electricity.
Four bills were presented to the committee that would pear down tax credits in Missouri
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