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July 1, 2014 6:07 PM

Gov. Jay Nixon signs border war truce bill

Missouri’s governor traveled to Union Station, a symbol of bistate cooperation, to sign the bill. But Kansas Secretary of Commerce Pat George issued a statement that sidestepped Missouri’s offer of a moratorium on state incentives, saying the matter is more complex and needs to involve suburban communities.

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