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  92.105.  Intent clause. — It is the intent of sections 92.105 to 92.125 that starting in 2011 voters in any city imposing an earnings tax will decide in local elections to continue the earnings tax.  If the majority of local voters vote to continue the earnings tax, it will continue for five years and then will be voted on again.  If a majority of voters in any city having an earnings tax vote against continuing the earnings tax, it will be phased out pursuant to section 92.125 in such city over a period of ten years.  Further, sections 92.105 to 92.125 prohibit any Missouri city or town that does not, as of November 2, 2010, impose an earnings tax, from imposing such a tax on residents and businesses.


(L. 2010 Adopted by Initiative, Proposition A, November 2, 2010)

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