We applaud conservative members who showed flexibility and common sense in voting to override Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback.
We applaud conservative members who showed flexibility and common sense in voting to override Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback. Thad Allton AP
We applaud conservative members who showed flexibility and common sense in voting to override Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback. Thad Allton AP

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