Missouri Special Legislative Session is Delayed

(Jefferson City) Missouri’s special session on income tax cuts and extended agriculture credits will not begin next week as Governor Parson has requested.

In a statement released Wednesday by state legislative leaders, it says lawmakers had a productive discussion on the tax cuts and ag credits.

State Senator Caleb Rowden says through a tweet “Our goal is to provide Missourians with the most substantive and effective tax relief possible and to support our agriculture industry.”

So now, instead of starting Tuesday, the special session will take place during the week of the veto session which is scheduled to start Wednesday, September 14th.