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KCUR Morning News 6-10-09

By Maria Carter, KCUR Newsrom


Kansas City, MO – Supporters of the effort to recall Kansas City Mayor Mark Funkhouser have a new reason for a recount a question over the number of signatures they submitted.

The head of a Kansas broadband provider urged a federal advisory panel yesterday to use economic stimulus funding to build the capacity for telemedicine in rural areas.

Lawrence has made another big cut to its school budget.

Thieves have damaged or stolen rare books housed at a KU library.

Poverty in Missouri is likely at the highest level ever on record and concerned groups held the state's first ever poverty summit yesterday in Jefferson City.

The leader of the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue says his group is interested in buying the now-closed clinic of slain abortion provider George Tiller.

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