Kansans knew about the state’s budget problems when they re-elected Gov. Sam Brownback in November. They were willing to give Brownback and his tax policies the benefit of the doubt.
Kansans knew about the state’s budget problems when they re-elected Gov. Sam Brownback in November. They were willing to give Brownback and his tax policies the benefit of the doubt. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Kansans knew about the state’s budget problems when they re-elected Gov. Sam Brownback in November. They were willing to give Brownback and his tax policies the benefit of the doubt. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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