By SUMMER BALLENTINE
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Republican governor says he’ll force state lawmakers to continue working if they don’t pass bills on transgender issues before session ends in two weeks. A spokeswoman for Gov. Mike Parson confirmed Thursday that he’s ready to call a special session to get the bills passed. The state’s Republican-led House and Senate both have made banning gender-affirming medical care for minors a priority. But there’s disagreement between the chambers over the best way to do that. Lawmakers face a May 12 deadline.