The main portion of the bill is focused on dealing with the unaccredited metropolitan districts in St. Louis and Kansas City, but some think the changes would affect schools throughout Missouri.
A major division in Missouri government that has created a near gridlock on a key issue for the state might be having its last hurrah.
Chesterfield Senator Jane Cunningham says she has a plan to give students in unaccredited schools options for where to go.
Four bills were presented to the committee that would pear down tax credits in Missouri
Governor Nixon is expected to talk jobs, budget in tonight’s address.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, who has been an avid supporter of tax credit reform, asked the legislature to come to some sort of agreement and end the special session.
“I come down on the side of protecting the taxpayers and the taxpayers’ money and making sure we are being good stewards of that money.”
Senate leadership says a tax bill with no sunsets doesn’t stand a chance, but the House passed China hub anyway.
Would allot $100 million worth of tax credits to develop rental housing for low-income residents in Joplin and St. Louis County.
Illinois business groups to talk about the state’s corporate tax structure, some say it’s not fair the state treats some businesses better than others.