Deep divisions remain to be worked out as state lawmakers try to find a new program to help Missouri’s low income elderly pay for their prescription drugs. The prescription drug tax credit program has blown a huge hole in the state budget. And the Legislature blew a chance to replace the budget-busting program with one that is more economical. Governor Holden has already told lawmakers to expect to work on a solution to the problem in September, when they will return to Jefferson City for a special session on the matter.
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