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KCUR Morning News 1-24-11

By Maria Carter

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It's been about two and a half years since Kansas City enacted an indoor smoking ban. A new study finds the economic repercussions of the ban have been minimal.

The Missouri Department of Transportation wants its day in court when it's sued over injuries or deaths blamed on defective roads.

Missouri residents are getting three extra days to file their state income taxes this year.

Missouri's Medicaid budget is likely to rise by hundreds of millions of dollars next year.

An energy efficiency contest has 16 Kansas cities competing to see who can save the most energy.

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