Updated 5:32 p.m. with reaction from the Mo. House Speaker
A measure that sharply reduces the amount of tax credits available to support the creation of an international cargo hub at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is in the hands of the Missouri House.
The State Senate approved the measure this morning.
Missouri homeowners who bought their properties after June 13th of this year and think the assessed values were too high can file appeals, due to a change in the tax code. But there's a catch.
There could be two new options for St. Louis residents to use their property tax bills next year as a vehicle for charitable donations.
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