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    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback lamented the problems with his small-business tax cuts as he reflected on his time in the governor's office on Thursday in Topeka. "We probably needed a cap," Brownback said.

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback lamented the problems with his small-business tax cuts as he reflected on his time in the governor's office on Thursday in Topeka. "We probably needed a cap," Brownback said. Keith Myers and Hunter Woodall The Kansas City Star
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Brownback reflects on legacy as he prepares to leave for job in Trump administration

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