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Missouri’s FY 2012 Operating Budget Receives Governor’s Signature

JEFFERSON CITY — In early June, the bills that make up Missouri’s $23.2 billion operating budget for Fiscal Year 2012 received the governor’s signature.  Appropriations for many of the state’s programs and departments include funding for elementary and secondary education, higher education, highways and transportation, social services and agriculture.  Legislation relating to health care providers, fine arts education and taxes received the governor’s approval.

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