Springfield Lawyer Behind Missouri Medical Marijuana Proposal in Hot Water Over Taxes

Springfield Lawyer Behind Missouri Medical Marijuana Proposal in Hot Water Over Taxes

Brad Bradshaw was served with tax liens totaling more than $119,000 at the same time he was self-funding his initiative.

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October 10, 2018
The Kansas City Star
Banking & Finance State by State: Missouri

A Springfield attorney and physician behind one of several campaigns to legalize medical marijuana in Missouri was served with tax liens totaling more than $119,000 at the same time he was self-funding his initiative.

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Brad Bradshaw, who has donated thousands to his campaign since the beginning of 2016 and loaned more than $1.5 million, owed the state $88,166.47 in taxes, interest and fees from tax year 2015, according to a tax lien issued by the Missouri Department of Revenue, first reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. A federal tax lien shows his business, Brad Bradshaw MD JD LC, owed $31,374.54.

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