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Thursday, September 27, 2007


Gov. Matt Blunt on Sept. 4 signed an economic development bill the Missouri General Assembly passed in a two-week special legislative session that ended the previous week. The bill will provide $66 million a year in tax breaks to developers and other businesses and also repeals state and local laws prohibiting ticket scalping.

On Sept. 5, Blunt signed the session’s other bill, which allows the Missouri Department of Transportation to finalize a contract to repair 800 of the state’s worst bridges over the next five years.

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