The Missouri House and Senate begin the real work on the Special Session – Monday morning.
The Senate Budget Committee has 13 bills to consider in answer to the governors request for a state income tax break.
The House is standing by to get the bills that pass the Senate.
Representative Peggy McGaugh of Carrollton explains:
Governor Mike Parson asked for an immediate income tax cut instead of the incremental plan that is already in place. That would take the individual tax rate to 4 point 8 percent.
Representative McGaugh says the House is ready to get going:
The House and Senate gaveled in this week long enough to submit bills and get them referred to committees.
This is also a veto session, but no vetoes were taken up.
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