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KCUR Morning Newscast 3-3-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – As Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius prepares to leave for Washington, Kansas lawmakers are trying to make plans on how they'll finish their work without the governor.

Kansas is no longer blocking in-home services for the physically disabled.

Delays in state approval for two new coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas causes Garden City Community College to lose a nearly $2 million federal grant.

Two Missouri lawmakers are proposing the state issue $700 million in bonds to pay for college construction.

A national research group cites the success of a Kansas offenders program that is under the budget cutting-gun.

Researcher discovered the oldest known fossilized brain in Kansas.

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