Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback spoke to reporters Monday after signing a bill in his ceremonial office in the Capitol. Of lawmakers’ efforts to close a projected shortfall of $406 million in the state budget, the Republican said: “These things take a lot of time because you’ve got a lot of people involved, a lot of moving parts.”
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback spoke to reporters Monday after signing a bill in his ceremonial office in the Capitol. Of lawmakers’ efforts to close a projected shortfall of $406 million in the state budget, the Republican said: “These things take a lot of time because you’ve got a lot of people involved, a lot of moving parts.” THAD ALLTON The Associated Press
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback spoke to reporters Monday after signing a bill in his ceremonial office in the Capitol. Of lawmakers’ efforts to close a projected shortfall of $406 million in the state budget, the Republican said: “These things take a lot of time because you’ve got a lot of people involved, a lot of moving parts.” THAD ALLTON The Associated Press

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May 18, 2015 06:33 PM