Missouri’s business community has compiled a wish list of its wants for the upcoming session of the General Assembly. And, transportation is way up on that list. The Missouri Chamber of Commerce says the state must stop taking tax dollars intended for roads and other transportation needs and transfer the money to other programs and projects. Chamber President Dan Mehan says Missouri’s business community might be willing to consider tax hikes or even new taxes to fund roads, provided the government makes assurances the money will be used for the repair, maintenance, and building of new roads and does not end up spending that money elsewhere.
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