Kansans this week took to Twitter to point out the hypocrisy in Gov. Sam Brownback’s new statements on his state’s continuing budget problems.
Kansans this week took to Twitter to point out the hypocrisy in Gov. Sam Brownback’s new statements on his state’s continuing budget problems. File photo AP
Kansans this week took to Twitter to point out the hypocrisy in Gov. Sam Brownback’s new statements on his state’s continuing budget problems. File photo AP

Yael T. Abouhalkah: Smart Kansans mock dumb new budget comments by Gov. Sam Brownback

March 03, 2016 08:44 AM

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