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KCUR Morning Newscast 1-12-09

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Kansas City, MO – Kansas lawmakers return to work in Topeka today (MON) facing one of the gloomiest budget pictures in decades.

Jay Nixon will be using a family Bible that dates to the late 1700s when he's sworn in today as Missouri's 55th governor.

Legislation that would start the process for adding Harry Truman's birthplace in Lamar to the Harry S Truman National Historic Site will take a second trip through Congress.

Five disabled Kansans and their caregivers are headed to Washington for the presidential inauguration, thanks to a millionaire.

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