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Tax breaks for Kansas City firm tucked into Missouri GM bill


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tucked into a new Missouri incentives package for a possible General Motors expansion is another tax credit program tailored to benefit a single Kansas City company.

Missouri officials and lawmakers loudly praised the tax incentives for General Motors, aimed at enticing the company to expand its Wentzville plant. But a provision that expands another tax credit program for Kansas City's Burns & McDonnell received little public discussion, The Kansas City Star reported .

That tax credit program only applies to architectural, engineering or accounting businesses he...

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