Missouri House of Representatives approves special session bill

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.– A proposed bill that would change how vehicle sales are taxed in Missouri is one step closer to becoming the law after the state’s House of Representatives approved the bill Wednesday afternoon.

126 State Representatives voted in favor while only 21 voted in opposition of the bill, which sits at the center of a special session called by Governor Mike Parson.

From here, the House will gavel out and send the bill on to the Missouri State Senate.

For live updates on the bill’s progress, follow this thread or follow reporter Madison Hever on Twitter @MadisonHever.


ORIGINAL STORY:

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– The Missouri Congress has launched it’s 2019 special veto session up in Jefferson City.

Reporter Madison Hever is on the floor of the Missouri House of Representatives as members discuss car sales tax allowances. She’ll be bringing us updates throughout the day through her Twitter page. Follow her @MadisonHever.

Representatives tell Hever they expect to gavel out of session by the end of the day, sending this proposed change to auto sales tax on to their partners in the Missouri Senate.

Need more background info on this special session? Read our story from when the session was announced by clicking here.

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