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KCUR Morning News 2-16-10

By Maria Carter

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Kansas City, MO – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has received more than nine-million dollars in federal stimulus funding to help bring medical records into the 21st century.

Proposals for making state government more efficient are awaiting action in the Kansas House.

A bill before the Kansas Senate would strengthen the state's seat belt law.

Ambulance service providers in rural Missouri say falling federal reimbursements have created a budget crisis.

A Missouri House committee heard testimony on a bill that would give the city of St. Louis control over its police department.

Missouri lawmakers are considering a measure that would require a greater showing of public support before questions are placed on a ballot.

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