Both bills passed 7-4 Wednesday and now go to the House floor.
Says would force closing of clubs, cost thousands of jobs
A state lawmaker wants to impose a $5 tax on admissions to Illinois strip clubs.
The Citizens’ Utility Board estimates the average homeowner would save up $40 annually without the tax.
Ladue lawmaker also seeks to end income tax for the poor.
Agency says they never try to contact taxpayers via e-mail, but scammers do.
The Coalition for Missouri’s Future includes the Missouri AARP, the Missouri School Boards’ Association, teachers unions and several area chambers of commerce.
Mo. House adds business income tax cut to bill.
After protests from residents and state lawmakers, the board voted Tuesday to restore the lower rate.
The report shows individual income taxes up 2.2 percent and sales tax revenue up 3.1 percent over the same period a year ago.