Barbara Shelly

June 10, 2014 3:21 PM

Lobbyists Dave Trabert and Mike O’Neal get first dibs at Kansas schools ‘efficiency’ commission

The controversial new Kansas school funding law sets up a “student performance and efficiency” commission to advise lawmakers. And who better to sit on the commission than a couple of lobbyists who have been advising the Legislature’s conservative majority all along? It’s hard to think of a better fox-in-the-chicken-coop scenario.

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