(The Center Square) – The release of confidential tax returns for some of the wealthiest Americans sparked controversy last week, and now Senate Republicans are demanding answers.
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(The Center Square) – A key statehouse budget-writer signaled this weekend that negotiations are producing consensus on the stalled extension of a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden met with other world leaders at the Global G7 Summit Friday, but one new tax policy proposal is rallying advocates in opposition.
Fighting over birth control language, lawmakers did not renew the tax, which expires Sept. 30, before they ended their session May 14.
(The Center Square) – Republican statehouse leaders report no concrete progress in negotiations over extending a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s latest budget proposal fits the model of his other plans with higher taxes and a spike in federal spending. But the new plan has drawn opposition just as his earlier spending proposals have.
(The Center Square) – Less than a day after rejecting a petition for a vote on a gas tax, Missouri officials received and approved a corrected petition and posted it for public comment.
(The Center Square) – Senate Appropriations Committee chair Dan Hegeman’s Senate Bill 1 was a housekeeping measure to extend for another year the Federal Reimbursement Allowance (FRA), a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
(The Center Square) – The combined state and federal capital gains tax rate in Missouri would rise from the current 29.2 percent to 48.8 percent under President Biden’s American Families Plan, according to a new study from the Tax Foundation.
(The Center Square) – U.S. Senate Republicans are expected to release a proposal for a pared back infrastructure bill this week, but disagreements over increased taxes and Internal Revenue Service enforcement may be a poison pill for the negotiations.