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KCUR Morning News 11-27-09

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – The problem of homelessness in Johnson County is looking different these days. While the number of the chronic homeless hasn't changed much in recent months, officials say new groups are struggling today.

Kansas City will host a two day free health clinic next month.

Removing pollution at a former fertilizer plant near Lawrence is expected to cost $13 million under a draft plan being compiled by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

The Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources says he's prepared for more state budget cuts, if they come.

FEMA has launched a new program to insure Missouri's dams have plans in place in case of an emergency.

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