As he campaigns for re-election, Republican Gov. Sam Brownback touts reforms that have improved the flow of funding to state art programs. Critics argue that the governor is inflating the amount available for the arts several years after he tried abolishing the state subsidy.
As he campaigns for re-election, Republican Gov. Sam Brownback touts reforms that have improved the flow of funding to state art programs. Critics argue that the governor is inflating the amount available for the arts several years after he tried abolishing the state subsidy. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
As he campaigns for re-election, Republican Gov. Sam Brownback touts reforms that have improved the flow of funding to state art programs. Critics argue that the governor is inflating the amount available for the arts several years after he tried abolishing the state subsidy. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

Critics challenge Gov. Sam Brownback’s claims on arts dollars

October 18, 2014 07:00 AM

UPDATED October 19, 2014 08:04 PM

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