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Missouri Capitol Building in Jefferson City
(Missourinet) - As state lawmakers head into their veto override session today, Republicans say they are confident they will override a veto that allows workers or institutions to avoid providing services such as birth control or abortion because they are against their religious beliefs.
On the other hand, Governor Jay Nixon says he's confident that a veto of a measure reinstating an out of state vehicle sales tax will be upheld.
Nixon says taxes should not be raised without a vote.
A two-thirds vote is needed in both houses to override a veto.
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