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Do you think the debate going on in Kansas about how evolution is taught in the state's public schools is giving Kansas a reputation of being anti-science?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes, and I agree with Kansas University’s provost that it’s damaged KU’s national reputation and made it tougher to recruit science faculty and top students.
Yes. National media coverage tends to make it appear that most Kansans question evolution.
Yes. I think it will hurt the state’s efforts at recruiting scientists and researchers to create a biosciences industry.
No. The debate shows that Kansans are open to challenging accepted teachings in the search of truth.
No. I disagree with those who say it is hurting the state’s efforts at building a biosciences industry and attracting science faculty. Kansas has much to offer anyone willing to come here.
No. Kansas is just one of several states where evolution is being questioned.
Total 595

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Blues’ is back
Impact of ‘Blues Brothers’ still reverberates 25 years later
August 30, 2005
No matter how far director John Landis travels, he cannot help but run into a couple of soul-singing, sunglass-wearing characters from his past - Jake and Elwood Blues.
Punto picks his spot
Two-run double in 10th leads Twins past Royals
August 30, 2005
Nick Punto made good on his second chance.
August 30, 2005
Today’s events
Ruby slippers of Oz fame stolen from museum
Shoes are considered ‘Holy Grail’ of Hollywood memorabilia
August 30, 2005
A pair of ruby slippers considered to be “The Holy Grail” of all Hollywood memorabilia has been stolen.
Actor to roll dice on different role in Las Vegas
George Clooney takes serious stake in $3 billion Las Ramblas development
August 30, 2005
The last time George Clooney scored big in Las Vegas, he played a character who ripped off a casino in the movie “Ocean’s Eleven.”
Stick figures or sick figures?
Web sites that advocate eating disorders worry some health experts
August 30, 2005
Pictures of sickly thin models and tips about how to hide her anorexia greeted Shannon Bonnette every time she surfed the Web five years ago.
Flamboyant Nadal rolls in opener
High-strung 19-year old dazzles crowd at U.S. Open
August 30, 2005
The love affair begins.
NCAA cracks down on spearing
Intentional or not, helmet-to-helmet hits off-limits
August 30, 2005
The NCAA has a warning for college football players: See what you hit or expect to get flagged.
.500 Brewing
Young talent, veteran bats helping Milwaukee near its first winning season since Yount/Molitor days
August 30, 2005
Hall of Famers Paul Molitor and Robin Yount still were playing the last time the Milwaukee Brewers had a winning season.