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The amount of work needed to repair rural communities that have been hit by fire, flood and hurricanes is tremendous. Repair work is underway above on U.S. 136 in northwestern Missouri that has been destroyed by flooding. Richard Oswald reports that it will cost $3.1 million to repair a four mile stretch of road. Meanwhile, a disagreement between the House and the Senate threatens to cut off funding for these kinds of projects as early as Tuesday.

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