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$1 million sounds like a bit much for an audit of a firm that size. That amount could have funded the KU program next year.
Let's hope the new investment strategy is successful and that "KBA 2.0" will have the financial resources and the freedom from political pressures to make an impact in Kansas. It's hard to be confident on either score, given the reduction in funding and the siphoning off of those funds for pet projects unrelated to the KBA mission.
KBA provides jobs for the people in their office, but accomplishes very little. Kansas is a lower tier state that should accept the ranking and waddle along.
Theocratic nuts, no less. Get on board with the new religion.
See? If you abandon principles and believe what you're ordered to believe, everything goes much more smoothly.
That's Kansas government in a nutshell – and I use the word advisedly.
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