Governor Mark Dayton says he’s discouraged about the possibility of a special session, after he let a tax cut bill die last night because it had a major error. “We can’t agree on anything,” Dayton says. “They [Republicans] won’t agree that they made a mistake and they need to come back as a full legislature in special session to correct that mistake.” But Dayton says he will *not* call a special session just to fix the tax cut bill: Lawmakers must also pass a bonding package that meets his requirements, including the “must haves” on a list he issued earlier. Top Republicans say Dayton went back on his word when he stated before the end of session that he wouldn’t link the tax cut bill to bonding legislation. The two sides have a meeting this afternoon at the Governor’s Office, but analysts aren’t hopeful for much progress.