Lawsuit 'likely' amid new Texas rules over fetal remains

New Texas rules requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains are likely to face a court challenge before taking effect, an abortion-rights attorney said Friday, months after the U.S. Supreme Court knocked down sweeping abortion restrictions in the state.

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New UM system president Mun Choi receives warm welcome at UMKC

The University of Missouri System President-designate Mun Choi received a warm welcome on his first visit to Kansas City during a welcome rally Friday at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Choi, a provost at the University of Connecticut, was selected as UM System president in November. Choi, the first system president of Asian-American heritage, was selected after a nine-month national search. He officially begins his duties on March 1, 2017.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
New UM system president Mun Choi receives warm welcome at UMKC 1:49

New UM system president Mun Choi receives warm welcome at UMKC

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6 things to know about Calexit – the plan for California to secede from the U.S.

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Shawnee Mission Birth Center raises awareness of skin-to-skin newborn care

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A bird of a different feather in Weatherby Lake