It appears certain the state Supreme Court will be hearing what some are calling the biggest tax refund case in Missouri history. It’s a case centering on the Hancock Amendment, which limits the amount of revenue the state can raise through taxes. Attorney Jim Owen, with the law firm representing taxpayers in a class-action suit, says he expects a circuit court judge in Cole County to send the case to the Supreme Court. The Attorney General’s office also thinks the case will end up before the supreme court, but expresses confidence there will be no additional refunds.
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