The politicians who want the Missouri General Assembly to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto aren’t saying much about all the consequences if House Bill 253 becomes law. The governor vetoed the bill because he said it was flawed and would result in a cut in funding for some services, including education.
Many Republicans in the General Assembly want to override the governor’s veto claiming that the tax cuts in HB 253 will make Missouri more attractive for business and industry, resulting in job creation.
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