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KCUR Morning News 4-22-09

By Maria Carter, KCUR Newsrom


Kansas City, MO – A bill that would bar illegal immigrants from public universities and community colleges won first-round approval in the Missouri House.

The Kansas Legislature is moving to cut more spending as lawmakers try to erase a $328 million deficit.

More budget cuts may mean Kansas doctors will get less money for Medicaid services.

The Kansas Lottery is giving applicants another chance to operate a casino in southeast Kansas.

The Director of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art has announced he'll retire next year. Mark Wilson has headed the museum for more than a quarter of a century.

In sports, the Royals lost to the Cleveland Indians last night 8-7.

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