Changes to the “Aerotropolis” legislation: A critical review

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May 3, 2011
Show-Me Institute
by Audrey Spalding  
Posted in Commentary

"Last week, Missouri legislators worked late into the evening to iron out the details in a lengthy tax credit bill. The legislation, which now stands at 330 pages, contains a tangle of changes to several tax credit programs, including a reduction of subsidies for the low-income elderly. A set of subsidies for the construction of warehouses around the Lambert–St. Louis International Airport are now buried about halfway through this lengthy tax credit bill." (05/02/11)  

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