Capitol insiders say the signs are clear that the state won’t seek to tackle higher fuel taxes this year to fund Missouri’s deteriorating system. But with urgent needs looming, the governor’s silence could prove costly.
Capitol insiders say the signs are clear that the state won’t seek to tackle higher fuel taxes this year to fund Missouri’s deteriorating system. But with urgent needs looming, the governor’s silence could prove costly. Robert Cohen AP
Capitol insiders say the signs are clear that the state won’t seek to tackle higher fuel taxes this year to fund Missouri’s deteriorating system. But with urgent needs looming, the governor’s silence could prove costly. Robert Cohen AP

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