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Sept. 7, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Thomson on Session

Maryville House Representative Mike Thomson is expecting some good debate now that the special legislative session has begun.

Lawmakers are showing Bi-partisan support for a package of proposals aimed at limiting tax credits and expanding incentives to make Missouri more attractive to technology and science industries. But Thomson says one science-focused bill in particular could raise red flags on possible funding of stem cell research.

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There's no indication how long the special session will be lasting.