Missouri lawmakers struggling to finalize the state’s budget are debating whether to a) cut support for in-home and nursing home care for the elderly and disabled or b) cut tax credits for elderly, poor renters. How did these get to be the choices?
Missouri lawmakers struggling to finalize the state’s budget are debating whether to a) cut support for in-home and nursing home care for the elderly and disabled or b) cut tax credits for elderly, poor renters. How did these get to be the choices? File photo
Missouri lawmakers struggling to finalize the state’s budget are debating whether to a) cut support for in-home and nursing home care for the elderly and disabled or b) cut tax credits for elderly, poor renters. How did these get to be the choices? File photo

Editorial: Which poor Missourians will have to pay for lawmakers’ mistakes?

May 01, 2017 05:53 PM

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