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July 20, 2014 7:00 AM

Reject extremism in Kansas’ Aug. 5 primary

With Kansas finances decimated by tax cuts and the voting status of thousands of citizens in limbo, the perils of electing leaders intent on far-right experimentation are painfully apparent. Fortunately, voters have a chance in this year’s primary and general elections to elect smart candidates who want to return the state to sensible governing.

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