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(KPLR) - The Missouri legislature is making it easier for police to track cell phone signals.  Wednesday the legislature passed and sent Governor Jay Nixon a bill that requires phone companies to help officers track the cell phone signal of a 911 caller or show the phone's location in emergencies.

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