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Ecept for the annoying blue dots the founding pioneers would be pretty proud
Kansas' 152nd birthday was marred by the actions of the current majority in the Legislature. I don't think we are reaching for the stars anymore, more like less that even the status quo. Fly your Kansas flags at half-mast.
This editorial asks the question; "Where’s the Sunflower State going, as it moves past its birthday and steps into its 153rd year?"
It occurs to me that the most appropriate answer might be found if one reads my "climate priority" letter to the editor and follow on the several "comments" posted to it online.
"Kansas University Law Professor Mike Hoeflich, also in Wednesday’s J-W, raises the important question of whether Kansas is redefining itself as an instrument of economic development, "
Education is the single most important tool of economic development, and Brownback, et al, have every intention of fatally crippling public education.
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