|Intro:||Governor Nixon's task force on tax credits met to discuss how to reform the credits. Allison Blood has more from the Capitol|
Wrap: There's no hiding that everyone on the task force has a bias as to which tax credits to cut or change.
But Co-chair, Republican Senator Chuck Gross, said that the biases are a good thing.
|Description: "Everybody has their little interest, but no majority exists of any interest, other than hopefully, as the Governor said, putting the facts on paper."|
Gross hopes the task force members will be able to check each other on their biases to make a more well-rounded report.
The task force will hold a series of five public meetings to also gage public opinion.
From Jefferson City, I'm Allison Blood.
|Intro:||Governor Nixon's task force met today in Jefferson City to begin the process of reforming tax credits in Missouri. Allison Blood has more from Jefferson City.|
Wrap: Republican Senator Chuck Gross says there is a lot of room for improvement in the tax credit system.
|Description: "In reality, there are some things we can do with these credits to make them more efficent, less expensive, better job creators, just, better credits."|