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Jefferson City, MO (1/6/2010) Missouri lawmakers are in Jefferson City today to start the new legislative session.
This year's term is expected to resemble last session, when it comes to battling over how to spend the state's dwindling revenues.
Missouri is expected to collect half a (b)illion dollars less in state taxes then it did last fiscal year.
St. Joseph Senator and President Pro-Tem Charlie Shields says passing any budget item that increases spending is going to be difficult.
Maryville area lawmakers are saying next fiscal year the state may have to cut another (b)illion dollars again from the budget.
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