Missouri legislators look for ways to fund 9-1-1 systems

09/19/2011 | KMOX-AM (St. Louis)

Missouri legislators are looking at ways to generate additional funding for 9-1-1 call center improvements as more people give up land lines in favor of cell phones, decreasing revenue from a tax levied via traditional telephone service. Missouri lags its neighbors because it does not have a state 9-1-1 program, and it is the only state that does not charge a wireless 9-1-1 fee.

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