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2010-11-26MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
That's why lawmakers continue warning the elimination of some tax breaks in the state will be on the agenda when the legislative session starts again in January. In fact this month the governor is expected to get a report from the tax credit review commission which is made up of more than 2 dozen missourians investigating tax options. Senator Robin Wright also serves on the commission, and says more than 60 programs are on the table for discussion. One of the ideas being discussed is a reduction in funding Missouri's historic preservation tax credits by about 70 million dollars.