JEFFERSON CITY — Already leaning toward a veto, Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon raised a new objection Thursday to an income-tax-cut bill passed by Missouri's Republican-led legislature — asserting it could result in a more than $200 million tax hike on prescription medications.
Gov. Nixon says income tax cut could increase tax on prescriptions
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