After 45 days of back and forth debate between the Missouri House and Senate, there is still no sign of an agreement.
Wrap: Missouri House leadership says there is not much hope that any China Hub legislation will pass during the special session.
Speaker of the House, Steve Tilley, says if the Senate does not want to conference then it is clear they do not want to pass legislation.
|Description: "If you don't want a bill, if you don't want to find middle ground, if you don't want to go to conference like the Senate has claimed to do now, then it's clear to us that you don't want a bill."|
The Missouri House and Senate remain gridlocked with just 15 days left in the special session.
Wrap: The Missouri House passed a constitutional amendment to review tax credits every four years.
However, differences still remain between the House and the Senate when it comes to tax credits.
Representative Ryan Silvey says legislation is being stalled by just a few senators and it is not fair for one senator to have the power to stall an entire bill.
|Description: "We don't believe that one senator should have the power to, in effect, kill a program that takes a majority of senators to create in the first place."|
The Senate shows no signs of returning to the Capitol building for a conference with the House.
Reporting from Jefferson City, I'm Alex Goldman.