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YouthBuild KCK and Kim Wilson Housing Inc. of Kansas City, Kan., have partnered to build a tiny duplex at the “Bring Kansas Home” Kansas Housing Conference being held in Overland Park. Once the finishing touches are completed, the house will be donated to the Wesley House program in Pittsburg, Kan., for use as temporary emergency housing. Joe Ledford, Leah Becerra The Kansas City Star

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