House passes carjacking, tax extension, digital license bills

By Anna Lewis, Missouri News Network
The House passed a slew of legislation Monday, including bills that deal with carjacking, an emergency income tax extension and digital driver's licenses.
Lawmakers passed HB 966, sponsored by Rep. David Gregory, R-St. Louis, which would make vehicle hijacking a felony. Under the bill, vehicle hijacking would be defined as stealing or trying to steal a car through the use or threat of force.

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