Missouri Farm Bureau President Charlie Kruse might be neutral in today’s transportation election, but that doesn’t mean he’s not interested in the outcome. Kruse says he and Farm Bureau members are closely watchingdevelopments. Kruse disagrees with those who insist that if voters reject the tax issue, there won’t be another vote on transportation for ten years. Voters are deciding whether the sales and transportation taxes will be increased to provide about half a billion dollars a year in additional money for roads, bridges and other transportation needs.
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