Gov. Sam Brownback signed a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka. The law reduces the time a person can receive benefits and bans certain types of spending.
Gov. Sam Brownback signed a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka. The law reduces the time a person can receive benefits and bans certain types of spending. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Gov. Sam Brownback signed a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka. The law reduces the time a person can receive benefits and bans certain types of spending. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

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