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The Senate Minute for June 2, 2015: SB 149

Jefferson City — The first Missouri Senate measure signed into law this year will take effect on Aug. 28, 2015. Senate Bill 149 creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows cities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Mike Parson, R-Bolivar, and Senate Minority Floor Leader Joseph Keaveny, D-St. Louis, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

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