If approved by voters, Missouri’s constitution would be amended to increase the sales tax by three-quarters of a cent for 10 years. During that time, the state’s tax on gasoline would be frozen and new toll roads would be prohibited. The tax boost would raise an estimated $5.4 billion over its lifetime. Local governments would get 10 percent of that additional revenue. The rest would go to the state.
If approved by voters, Missouri’s constitution would be amended to increase the sales tax by three-quarters of a cent for 10 years. During that time, the state’s tax on gasoline would be frozen and new toll roads would be prohibited. The tax boost would raise an estimated $5.4 billion over its lifetime. Local governments would get 10 percent of that additional revenue. The rest would go to the state. The Kansas City Star
If approved by voters, Missouri’s constitution would be amended to increase the sales tax by three-quarters of a cent for 10 years. During that time, the state’s tax on gasoline would be frozen and new toll roads would be prohibited. The tax boost would raise an estimated $5.4 billion over its lifetime. Local governments would get 10 percent of that additional revenue. The rest would go to the state. The Kansas City Star

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