Missouri voters are being asked to make up for another shortfall, $825 million for ” high-priority needs alone, and though 90 percent of the state’s major highways and interstates are in good condition, it has no money to start expansion projects or improve public safety. “<br><br>Notice they’re always short. They’re always raising taxes or creating a new tax. And we end up with nothing to show for it but another shortage.

Missouri voters are being asked to make up for another shortfall, $825 million for " high-priority needs alone, and though 90 percent of the state's major highways and interstates are in good condition, it has no money to start expansion projects or improve public safety. "

Notice they're always short. They're always raising taxes or creating a new tax. And we end up with nothing to show for it but another shortage.

Missouri voters will decide on 10-cent increase in gas tax

Missouri voters will get the opportunity in November to decide whether to increase the state gas tax by 10 cents a gallon to help pay for road and bridge repairs and to fund the Missouri Highway Patrol.
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