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KCUR Morning News 5-3-10

By Maria Carter

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Kansas Public Radio – Former Vice Presidential candidate Sara Palin touched a nerve when she told supporters in Independence this weekend that the government thinks it's better than the Tea Party protestors.

While local election officials around Missouri verify authenticity of signatures on inititative petitions, there is an assumption the movement to repeal the Kansas City-St. Louis Earnings Tax will be on November's ballot.

A 20-year-old man has surrendered to University of Kansas police in connection with a fictional account about an attacking intruder at a university dormitory.

The Kansas City Royals only managed three hits yesterday, and defending Cy Young award winner Zack Greinke still is in search of his first win of the season, as the Royals fell to the Tampa Bay Rays 1-0.

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