JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri lawmakers sent the governor a $24 billion budget plan Thursday that shores up funding for veterans homes, gives raises to a reduced state workforce and spares public schools and universities from cuts — a result legislators praised as an accomplishment in what they bemoaned as another tight budget year.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon receives new $24 billion budget
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