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Gov: Kansans Need To Stay Alert for Severe Weather

Following this month’s deadly storms, Governor Sam Brownback is urging Kansans to stay aware of severe weather alerts. The governor says he wants Kansans to pay attention to the weather and have a plan ready in case sever weather develops in their area.

(Insert info on current severe weather warnings here) Brownback has also signed an order aimed at speeding the recovery in Reading, Joplin and other storm-damaged areas. The order will temporarily waive certain fees that have to be paid for large truck shipments. Brownback hopes that will help speed the delivery of supplies to areas hit hard by severe weather.

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