Lawrence resident Julie Burk stood behind her son Wesley Burk as a joint meeting of the House and Senate budget committees got underway to address the issue of school finance last week at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka.
Lawrence resident Julie Burk stood behind her son Wesley Burk as a joint meeting of the House and Senate budget committees got underway to address the issue of school finance last week at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. Nick Krug The Associated Press
Lawrence resident Julie Burk stood behind her son Wesley Burk as a joint meeting of the House and Senate budget committees got underway to address the issue of school finance last week at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. Nick Krug The Associated Press

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