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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Talk has returned regarding an international cargo hub at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.

New legislation is now making its way through the state House to help make it happen.

It would allow the state to issue millions of dollars in tax credits to companies that would be doing business at the cargo hub. In the past, lawmakers wouldn't allow the credits and that's why it had been shot down.

But it's expected to pass during this session.

Now, the bill also opens up the hub to other Missouri airports, but the state's Chamber of Commerce says St. Louis is the only contender.

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