JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, discusses Senate Bill 617, 611 and 667, legislation that seeks to make changes to the state income tax. The measure received first-round Missouri Senate approval and would still need another positive vote to send it to the Missouri House of Representatives for similar consideration. He also talks about ongoing work with both Senate Bill 564 and House Bill 2265, both of which relate to utilities and grid modernization.
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Emery-Podcast-032918 (6:00) Q: that amendment somewhere.
- Senator Emery says Senate Bill 617, 611 and 667, legislation that seeks to make changes to the state income tax, relies upon an upcoming Supreme Court decision.
Emery-1-032918 (:33) Q: good for Missourians.
- Senator Emery adds the state income tax deduction would be offset by an increase in the gas tax.
Emery-2-032918 (:32) Q: does with it.
- Senator Emery also says House Bill 2265 has a smart meter opt-out, where Senate Bill 564 does not.
Emery-3-032918 (:30) Q: specified opt-out provision.
- Senator Emery says there are two options for meters.
Emery-4-032918 (:33) Q: that amendment somewhere.