Alderman Scott Ogilvie’s plan would limit single contributions for the mayor, comptroller, and aldermanic president to $10,000 and no more than $3,000 for individual aldermen.
Director of the Missouri Department of Transportation Kevin Keith says the projected $8 billion in tax revenue would create 270,000 jobs.
The measure was sponsored by Aldermanic President Lewis Reed and still needs the signature of Mayor Slay.
Should St. Louis Aldermen be proposing or even voting on things that might affect them or a relative?
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