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The Missouri Capitol building is seen in Jefferson City in this undated photo.

Missouri lawmakers were supposed to begin a special session Tuesday to consider agricultural tax credits and a $700 million income tax cut.

Last month, Gov. Mike Parson primed the pump with a series of speeches, including one in St. Joseph to promote what he calls the biggest tax cut in state history. With a largely friendly audience, this kind of barnstorming can give an impression that everyone is on board. They’re not.

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