A key House member says Missouri’s special legislative session on job-creation incentives may end without passing anything unless a consensus can be found in the next two days.

State Rep. John Diehl, of St. Louis County, said Monday night that a bill passed by the Senate is dead-on-arrival in the House. He says a majority of his fellow House Republicans may be in favor of simply ending the special session instead of dragging negotiations with the Senate into next week.

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