There will be more than a casual focus on Jefferson City beginning Wednesday when the annual veto session of the Missouri General Assembly convenes. Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed 29 bills. The one receiving the most attention is HB 253, the tax cut bill.
If Republicans can’t garner enough support to override the veto, it will be dead. It has been reported that there are enough Republicans to join ranks with Democrats to uphold the veto.
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