There are several Petitions floating around Missouri and I feel it is important for you to be aware of them. Some are good and some not so good. Please respond and let me know  what you think of this Petition.

2012 Initiative Petitions
Approved for Circulation in Missouri

Constitutional Amendment to Article X, Relating to Taxation, 2012-002

Submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, a new Section 25 to Article X TAXATION of the Constitution of Missouri

Be it resolved by the people of Missouri that the Constitution be amended:

ARTICLE X TAXATION

Section 25. Individual and corporation contributions and donations to Missouri incorporated and operated charitable and educational not-for-profit corporations, organizations, institutions and foundations, as they are defined by the U. S. Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, would receive a sixty percent (60%) state income tax credit against Missouri state income taxes due for the taxable year in which the contribution or donation is made, in addition to current federal and state income tax deductions allowable.

Submitted by: Mr. Herman L. Kriegshauser

Mr. Herman L. Kriegshauser
19 Jennycliffe Lane
Chesterfield, MO 63005-7108
636-391-1216

Official ballot title certified by Secretary of State on December 6, 2010.

OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE AS CERTIFIED BY
SECRETARY OF STATE

Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to provide a 60% state income tax credit for contributions or donations made by individuals and corporations to Missouri incorporated and operated charitable and educational not-for-profit corporations, organizations, institutions and foundations in addition to the deductions currently allowed for federal and state income taxes?

The cost to state and local governmental entities is estimated to exceed $5 billion annually.

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Jeff Messenger
Candidate for Missouri State Representative District 13
  
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