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2010-3-29ST. JOSEPH, MO. | By: Wayman
President pro-tem Charlie Shields says now that senators have gotten the Missouri house's version of the budget, we could see more than the $200 million in cuts the house made. About half of the $200 million in cuts passed by the house were to K-though-12 schools, which nearly matches the governor's proposed funding level for public schools next year.