The Missouri General Assembly returned to the Capitol for special session Monday to consider legislation aimed at luring a steel mill to southeast Missouri. But critics worry the bill could also result in higher utility rates for consumers.
The Missouri General Assembly returned to the Capitol for special session Monday to consider legislation aimed at luring a steel mill to southeast Missouri. But critics worry the bill could also result in higher utility rates for consumers. File photo by The Associated Press
The Missouri General Assembly returned to the Capitol for special session Monday to consider legislation aimed at luring a steel mill to southeast Missouri. But critics worry the bill could also result in higher utility rates for consumers. File photo by The Associated Press

Missouri lawmakers back at work, but some question reason for special session

May 22, 2017 07:25 PM

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