A bill eliminating a tax credit for senior citizens caused the Missouri Senate to grind to a halt Wednesday morning. Democrats began a filibuster late Tuesday night, and it stretched on for hours before the bill was finally set aside shortly before 6 a.m. Wednesday.
A bill eliminating a tax credit for senior citizens caused the Missouri Senate to grind to a halt Wednesday morning. Democrats began a filibuster late Tuesday night, and it stretched on for hours before the bill was finally set aside shortly before 6 a.m. Wednesday. File photo AP
A bill eliminating a tax credit for senior citizens caused the Missouri Senate to grind to a halt Wednesday morning. Democrats began a filibuster late Tuesday night, and it stretched on for hours before the bill was finally set aside shortly before 6 a.m. Wednesday. File photo AP

Filibuster stalls Missouri Senate vote on eliminating tax credit for senior citizens

April 19, 2017 11:45 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2017 12:32 PM

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