JEFFERSON CITY — Businesses destroyed by a deadly tornado in Joplin remain on property tax rolls as if their buildings were standing and their cash registers were ringing. A southwestern Missouri lawmaker is hoping some property tax relief could be considered for firms that are unable to bring in revenue because of the damage from the powerful storm.
ANALYSIS: Missouri could consider property tax changes to aid Joplin
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