Four ex-governors on Friday released a letter criticizing Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s pitiful performance in office.
Four ex-governors on Friday released a letter criticizing Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s pitiful performance in office. The Associated Press
Four ex-governors on Friday released a letter criticizing Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s pitiful performance in office. The Associated Press

In stunning rebuke, ex-Kansas governors lambaste Sam Brownback’s ‘destructive policies’

June 24, 2016 02:40 PM

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