JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A special Missouri legislative session on vehicle tax breaks cost roughly $70,000 to hold. State House and Senate cost estimates put the price tag of the short September session at a little more than $71,000. Republican Gov. Mike Parson called the special session to overlap with lawmakers' annual meeting to review vetoed bills.
Monday, September 23, 2019
Show-Me Cost Of Used Car Special Session
Missouri taxpayers will cough up a sizable chunk of change for a meetup that didn't accomplish much but a lot of talk about violence and legislative actions that should have been accomplished on a more stringent schedule . . . And so, we share a glimpse at GOP super-majority claims of efficiency and good government fact checked whilst the low-rent Democratic Party didn't do much but complain about racism without offering any solutions . . . Again: