Kansas ranks as one of the nation’s lowest-paying states, while Missouri lawmakers have had one increase in 16 years.
Kansas ranks as one of the nation’s lowest-paying states, while Missouri lawmakers have had one increase in 16 years. Jeff Roberson AP
Kansas ranks as one of the nation’s lowest-paying states, while Missouri lawmakers have had one increase in 16 years. Jeff Roberson AP

Editorial: Lawmakers in Kansas and Missouri deserve pay bumps

February 07, 2017 08:00 PM

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