Kansas Sen. Dennis Pyle (center), a Hiawatha Republican, followed a debate on a bill imposing tighter rules for state social services at the Capitol in Topeka. Sen. Steve Abrams, an Arkansas City Republican, looked on at left.
Kansas Sen. Dennis Pyle (center), a Hiawatha Republican, followed a debate on a bill imposing tighter rules for state social services at the Capitol in Topeka. Sen. Steve Abrams, an Arkansas City Republican, looked on at left. John Hanna The Associated Press
Kansas Sen. Dennis Pyle (center), a Hiawatha Republican, followed a debate on a bill imposing tighter rules for state social services at the Capitol in Topeka. Sen. Steve Abrams, an Arkansas City Republican, looked on at left. John Hanna The Associated Press

When times get tough, Kansas and Missouri get tough on the poor

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