Catholic lawmakers are renewing their push to give tax breaks to parents who send their kids to private or parochical schools. Jean'ette Carrigo from the state capital has more information.
Last year, Missouri's governor threatened to veto this kind of bill -- arguing it violated the constiuttional requirement for separation of church and state.
But bill sponsor John Schneider told the Senate Ways and Means Committee he disagrees:
But Opponents told the committee that the state should not give tax cuts to people who choose to send their children to schools based on their religious preference.
Jean'ette Carrigo from the Capital in Jefferson City.
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