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rhoads2(West Plains) – One bill Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed June 11 was Senate Bill 693, which contained a number of tax breaks, including one on used vehicles.

154th District State Representative Shawn Rhoads (R-West Plains) told Ozark Radio News that the reason most of these tax bills were passed were to help the working poor and small business owners:

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Other provisions in that vetoed bill include state and local sales tax exemptions for used manufactured homes, and a $200,000 annual cap on the wine and grape producers tax credit. The act also allows purchases of used equipment to qualify for the tax credit, and would also create a state and local sales tax exemption on tickets at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.

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