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KCUR Morning News 2-13-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – The Kansas Legislature has sent Governor Kathleen Sebelius a plan to eliminate the state's $200 million budget deficit.

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would put the Kansas Board of Regents in charge of admissions standards at state universities.

Kansas City residents who violate the city's curbside trash pickup rules will have a fine to pay if neighbors complain.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon wants to give more money to university extension than was in his original budget proposal.

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