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KCUR Morning Newscast 7-10-08

By Maria Carter, KCUR Newsroom

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Kansas City, MO – The court battle over allegation of financial mismanagement in the Liberty School district is about to begin, but former superintendent superintendent is saying he was betrayed and is planning to sue for wrongful dismissal.

Governor Matt Blunt has vetoed a bill that could have given the student member of the University of Missouri Board Of Curators the power to vote on board decisions.

The possibility of a second nuclear reactor being built in mid-Missouri is sparking widespread public interest.

A federal jury resumes deliberations today in the University of Kansas' lawsuit against a Lawrence T-shirt seller.

Federal disaster aid is now available to 46 Kansas counties hit by severe weather during May and June.

Skyrocketing costs for material again threaten to boost the price tag on the Kansas Statehouse renovation.

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