As I See It

As I See It

Missouri will lose if Congress interferes with wireless lifeline

About 172,000 Missouri households are enrolled today in the federal Lifeline program that provides cellphone service to eligible low-income individuals. If national statistics are any guide, 10 percent of those Missouri neighbors are veterans, about a third are disabled and more than half use their Lifeline phones to connect with doctors and other health care services.

As I See It

Budget cuts shortchange mental health services

Please help. People hear that the state has cut the budget for mental health by 35 percent since 2009, but they have no idea what it really means. They are thinking that they don’t want to pay any more taxes. Or, that they don’t want their own pet concern (schools, city services, etc.) shortchanged in the budget wars.

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National Museum of African American History and Culture. The signature exterior feature called "Corona," consists of 3,600 bronze-colored cast-aluminum panels weighing a total of 230 tons.
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First look at the National Museum of African American History and Culture 1:43

First look at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

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Bill Self on the pressure to win at KU and finding balance in life

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