Missouri House Budget Chairman Scott Fitzpatrick’s plan says that if the state hits its revenue estimates that the budget was built on, which is roughly 3 percent growth over last year, then all excess revenue will be put toward restoring cuts to in-home and nursing home care.
Missouri House Budget Chairman Scott Fitzpatrick’s plan says that if the state hits its revenue estimates that the budget was built on, which is roughly 3 percent growth over last year, then all excess revenue will be put toward restoring cuts to in-home and nursing home care. File photo The Associated Press
Missouri House Budget Chairman Scott Fitzpatrick’s plan says that if the state hits its revenue estimates that the budget was built on, which is roughly 3 percent growth over last year, then all excess revenue will be put toward restoring cuts to in-home and nursing home care. File photo The Associated Press

Missouri House, Senate at impasse over how to save aid for elderly, disabled

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