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On KU Medical Center could lose accreditation without new health education building, supporters say

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Gerald Kerr 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Of course, Sen. Laura Kelly D-Topeka, of course we must spend 75 million dollars. Hurry, hurry spend, spend it before we lose our accreditation! OMG the sky will fall if we don't borrow and spend more money.

Senator Kelly, we spend enough already. Every day Kansans must decide what to do without, what to cut for their families because of taxes, economic depression, profligate public sector spending, and hidden inflation that goes underreported in order to keep up the lie that all is well.

We've got to keep the public trough filled with slop. Politicians must eat out the substance of the middle class there. As they spend. And tax. Agrandizing themselves in the process. Meanwhile we empty our wallets and swallow our pride. All for heavier chains.

Beator 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Senator Kelly, we spend enough already. Every day Kansans must decide what to do without, what to cut for their families because of taxes, economic depression, profligate public sector spending, and hidden inflation that goes underreported in order to keep up the lie that all is well.

At least we no longer need to worry about "Job lock"

Larry Sturm 10 months, 3 weeks ago

Giving the rich tax breaks does not fund schools. BROWNBACK AND REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE ARE BAD FOR KANSAS. Maybe the billion air Koch brothers can build the medical building and fund public schools.

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