Missouri Veto Session Ends After Only Hours

(Jefferson City, Mo) - The Annual Missouri veto Session is over after lasting just a few hours. State Representative, Mike Henderson, says the only issue was a request from Governor Parson to take a look at a decision that kept Missourians from trading in more than one vehicle on a new car and getting a bigger break from taxes. According to Henderson legislators on both sides of the isle knew this was the right thing to do for citizens.

The Veto Session for the House is over yet members of the Senate will gavel in to wrap up their special session Thursday morning at about 10 in Jefferson City.