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KCUR Morning News 4-28-09

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – It will take an engineering study to learn why a retaining wall collapsed yesterday in Parkville sending hundreds of 18 hundred pound blocks onto a roadway.

Missouri health officials have asked for state's portion of a national supply of antiviral medications that could be used to treat swine flu.

A bill that would use federal stimulus money to fund a one-billion-dollar tax cut has passed two Missouri House committees.

GOP State House members have retaliated against a walk-out staged by Democrats during a committee meeting in Jefferson City over a proposed one-billion-dollar tax cut.

Kansans could have a new governor by the end of the day. The U-S Senate is expected to approve Governor Kathleen Sebelius' as health and human services secretary.

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