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March 20, 2013MO |  By: Coffey

Lager on tax bill

Missouri State legislators are home this week on spring break as they gear up for the final weeks of this year's General Assembly session.

12th District State Senator Brad Lager of Savannah says one of the big issues to clear the Senate this year deals with a bill modifying laws regarding taxation. Lager says the measure would cut both the personal and corporate income tax in Missouri.

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The bill must also must receive approval from the House and be signed by Governor Nixon before becoming law.