JEFFERSON CITY — Voters in Missouri's capital city are considering a sales tax increase to pay for $41 million worth of community development projects, such as building a new conference center, redeveloping the old Missouri State Penitentiary site and revitalizing the city's downtown.
Jefferson City considers $41 million sales tax increase
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