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KCUR Morning News 7-9-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – As many as 350 dogs have been seized and about 30 people have been arrested in raids across five states including Missouri.

Light rail activist Clay Chastain won't be back in Kansas City shopping centers circulating petitions this summer, but it doesn't mean he's giving up.

Many employees at the University of Kansas will soon be notified that they could face furloughs or temporary salary reductions if KU's budget is cut again.

Leavenworth police are on the lookout for unlicensed tattoo parlors. They say the unlicensed tattoo parlors pose a public health risk.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has signed legislation that removes the cap on state funding for the Missouri Arts Council.

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