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Free Tax Help

Do you need help preparing your taxes? Three programs offer free assistance to individuals in Greene County. More

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Missouri State University and Drury University students working with the Community Partnership of the Ozarkswill provide free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. Find details on assistance as well information about making an appointment. More

Tax Counseling for the Elderly

The SeniorAge Area Agency on Aging sponsors Tax Counseling for the Elderly each year. Find details about this program as well as how to make an appointment. More

Income Tax Resources

Answers to frequently asked questions about federal and state income tax forms, preparation assistance, and filing procedures. More

November 4 General Election

On Tuesday, November 4, Greene County residents will have the opportunity to vote on several candidates, four constitutional amendments, and one school bond issue. -- Results are in!
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The New Missouri Criminal Code

For the first time in over three decades, the State of Missouri gives the criminal code a comprehensive revision. More

The Federal Minimum Wage Debate

President Obama has called for an increase in the federal minimum wage, stirring a national debate. Learn the arguments behind both sides of this divisive topic. More

Politics Are Just A Click Away

It has never been easier to get the latest news and information on the political happenings in the state of Missouri. More

November 5 Election

Greene County residents will vote on a use tax initiative for the county on November 5.
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Search Census Data with My Congressional District

My Congressional District, a new interactive tool from the U.S. Census Bureau, makes it easier to find the statistics you need. Simply select your district and instantly view information on American jobs, education, housing, and more. Then, share it on your Facebook or embed it on your webpage for easy access. More

Contacting Your Government

We all know that the role of our elected officials is to represent their constituents, but who exactly are these representatives? The following will show you how to contact your representative at the city, county, state and federal levels. More

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