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April 25, 2014 5:06 PM

Getting more Missouri Democrats elected in 2012 would have helped Gov. Jay Nixon now

For the second straight year, the Democratic governor faces the prospect of lawmakers overriding his expected veto of a major tax cut that threatens his legacy. The vote will be close, hinging on a handful of lawmakers. Most are Republicans, and at least a few might not be in office today had Nixon been a little more generous in 2012.

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