Expensive state project could be terminated

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Posted on February 3, 2011 at 1:06 PM

(KMOV) –- Missouri is reconsidering its original plan to invest $20 million in a facility that could soon be shut down.

The money would be used to build new facilities to house the developmentally disabled, however, how the state wants to use taxpayer dollars is questionable.

Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder originally voted for the plan, but he’s now possibly ready to back out of the deal.

News 4 Investigative reporter Chris Nagus has the story, and continues to ask “is this why we’re broke?”

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