Governor Carnahan is running out of time--but still refuses to compromise--before lawmakers meet to override his veto of the abortion bill on Wednesday. Kristin Marinec has that story from Jefferson City.
Governor Carnahan met with top lawmakers Monday to discuss a possible delay of the veto session. If lawmakers agree, a special session would give the bill's opponents more time to change votes.
Senate Republican Floor Leader Steve Elhmann says a delay is unconstitutional.
A spokesman for the governor says the veto session will begin as planned. From the state capitol, I'm Kristin Marinec.