September 12 2019 7 AM KRPS Newscast

After reaching a settlement with the Bureau of Prisons, the American Civil Liberties Union says it plans to pursue further legal action to get all federal prison inmates access to medication for opioid addiction. Nomin Ujiyediin of the Kansas News Service has more.

Kansas vape shop owners are bracing for the impact on their industry after the Trump administration announced plans Wednesday to ban flavored e-cigarettes. The move follows several vaping-related deaths, including one in Kansas.

On Wednesday the Missouri House approved a measure that allows residents to trade in multiple vehicles to reduce their sales tax responsibility when buying a newer model. As  St. Louis Public Radio’s statehouse reporter Jaclyn Driscoll reports, the legislation now heads to the Senate, where it’s expected to pass on Friday.

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