In his nearly seven years as Kansas governor, it’s next to impossible to find anything that’s improved under the leadership of Sam Brownback.
In his nearly seven years as Kansas governor, it’s next to impossible to find anything that’s improved under the leadership of Sam Brownback. File photo
In his nearly seven years as Kansas governor, it’s next to impossible to find anything that’s improved under the leadership of Sam Brownback. File photo

Sam Brownback’s legacy: What’s the point of winning elections if you can’t govern?

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