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Heat, Drought Draw Farmers Back To Sorghum, The 'Camel Of Crops'

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Kansas Farmers Commit To Taking Less Water From The Ground

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Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick, a Republican, watches the chamber's electronic tally board as it approves a sweeping anti-abortion bill Friday at the Statehouse in Topeka. At left is Majority Leader Jene Vickrey. John Hanna/AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition'

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Next For GOP: A Brief Stop In Kansas And A Southern Swing

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