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  • Missouri bill would toughen penalties for public corruption cases

    Missouri state Auditor Nicole Galloway and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker make a pitch for Senate Bill 176, which would allow prosecutors to file felony charges when municipal or county officials defraud taxpayers. The auditor’s office would gain the ability to help investigate such thefts.

Missouri state Auditor Nicole Galloway and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker make a pitch for Senate Bill 176, which would allow prosecutors to file felony charges when municipal or county officials defraud taxpayers. The auditor’s office would gain the ability to help investigate such thefts. Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star
Missouri state Auditor Nicole Galloway and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker make a pitch for Senate Bill 176, which would allow prosecutors to file felony charges when municipal or county officials defraud taxpayers. The auditor’s office would gain the ability to help investigate such thefts. Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star

Public corruption cases in Missouri would face tougher penalties if state revises law

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