Tax on Feminine Hygiene Products Eliminated in IllinoisThe Republican's pen repealed the so-called ``tampon tax'' on items such as tampons and menstrual pads. It takes effect Jan. 1.
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Measure Eliminating Pink TaxThe Senate approved the proposal by a vote of 59-0 on Tuesday.
St. Charles Considers Sales Tax HikeThe move would raise the city's rate to 7.95 percent.
Missouri Supreme Court: No Tax Loophole for Doughnut HolesThe high court unanimously ruled Tuesday that the Krispy Kreme doughnut maker doesn't qualify for a lower sales tax typically applied to grocery stores.
St. Louis State Senator Reads From Rapper's Book in FilibusterThe Missouri Senate has tabled a sales tax bill after a senator filibustered it by reading a book about rapper 50 Cent.
Lawmaker Proposes Funding Soccer Stadium With Sales TaxIt would go before St. Louis City and County voters. Raise up to $100 million.
Lawsuit Accuses St. Louis County of Sales Tax HoardingIn addition to St. Louis County, the suit also names County Executive Steve Stenger and County Director of the Department of Revenue Gregory Quinn as defendants.
Walgreens' Buy Out of Rite Aid Could Mean Lower Prices EverywhereRetail analyst Burt Flickinger says the deal puts additional pressure on the big stores to keep their drug prices low.
Illinois Opts Out of Back-to-School Sales Tax HolidayIllinois had its last summer sales tax holiday in 2010. It won't be among the nearly 20 states offering them this season.
Chesterfield Aims to Shake Up County Sales Tax StructureWhen you buy something in a St. Louis County city, the sales taxes either go straight to that city or to a pool that all cities in the county share. Chesterfield, at its founding, decided to be a pool city - a decision it now regrets.
Court Date and Ground-Breaking Now Scheduled for Loop TrolleySupporters of the Loop Trolley announce plans for a ground-breaking, just as opponents announce they have a date in federal court they hope will stop the project.
Transportation Tax Opponents Voice ConcernsThey say Amendment 7 lets over-the-road truckers off the hook for tearing up Missouri roads.