Five bills spiked during the last legislative session get a second look today during the general assembly’s veto session. Spokesman for the governor Jerry Nachtigal says they include measures that would create new tax credits for start-up businesses and re-imburse county jails for state prisoners. The governor also killed bills addressing the University of Missouri board of curators, impaired doctors, and regulations of state investments. Nachtigal says with election year in full swing, he doesn’t expect things to take very long. He also doesn’t expect any overrides.
You are here: / / Quick veto session predicted