Gov. Sam Brownback and Kansas legislators don’t appear too close to agreeing on a solution to the state’s budget crisis. The Legislature will return from its break May 1.
Gov. Sam Brownback and Kansas legislators don’t appear too close to agreeing on a solution to the state’s budget crisis. The Legislature will return from its break May 1. File photo The Associated Press
Gov. Sam Brownback and Kansas legislators don’t appear too close to agreeing on a solution to the state’s budget crisis. The Legislature will return from its break May 1. File photo The Associated Press

Analysis: Gov. Sam Brownback, lawmakers are little closer to solving Kansas’ biggest problems

April 15, 2017 07:00 AM

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