The Missouri House legislature sent the governor a bill containing the words "Jobs Now," but without the one hundred fifty million dollar bond to fund it. Monica Walter reports from the state Capitol.
The bill was originally to be funded by a one hundred fifty million dollar bond, but the version passed by the House funds the program with general revenue.
Business, Transportation, and Research tax credits have been closed, to create more state revenues.
Representative Tom Dempsey says these funds will go towards the jobs now fund.
The bill must be passed in the Senate before tomorrow in order to become law. From the state Capitol, I'm Monica Walter.