A proposed constitutional amendment would put a one-cent sales tax on the November ballot.
Request dealt with sales tax money collected at the county-owned Family Arena.
Maria Keena and Brian Kelly interview Lloyd Sloan, co-founder of No MO Sales Tax, a movement to eliminate the state sales tax in Missouri.
“The sales tax issue did pass, the bond issue did not. It required two-thirds favorable vote, 66 percent, and it only received 60 percent,” he said.
St. Louis, MO (KMOX) – A new organization has been formed in Missouri to end the Missouri state sales tax. “No MO Sales Tax,” formed by Lloyd Sloan (R-Manchester) is trying to eliminate the state […]
Nixon’s veto marks the second time in two years he has rejected the Legislature’s attempt to reverse the effects of a 2012 Supreme Court ruling that has put Missouri car dealers in border cities at a disadvantage.
Voters will decide on Proposition P, a 3/16-cent sales tax. It would raise the tax on a $10 purchase by roughly two cents.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon says it would shift the tax burden from corporations and affluent Missourians to those who can least afford it.
The tax would require approval by Missouri voters and go back on a statewide ballot after 10 years.
The increase would require voter approval and, if passed, would be resubmitted to the ballot after 10 years for Missourians to decide whether to continue.