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Corporate Taxes Eyed as Missouri Faces Budget Gap

State budget problems in Missouri signal drastic cuts in education, prisons and social services. Missouri eliminated some sales taxes in economic "boom years" of the 1990s. Now Democratic Gov. Bob Holden seeks to eliminate some corporate tax breaks. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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