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KCUR Morning News 1-28-10

By Maria Carter


Kansas City, MO – Some Kansas House members are going to be looking at new ways to fill a projected $400 million state deficit.

Legislation that would expand Missouri's ban on texting-while-driving to everyone has drawn lots of support.

Missouri House members have rejected a proposal to hike taxes on some of the state's best farm lands and cut it for some of the worst.

The Charlotte Street Foundation provides support and recognition for artists.

Researchers at the University of Kansas have been awarded a $1 million grant to find better ways to deliver drugs to specific cells in the body.

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