Should the state charge admission to state historical sites to raise revenue?
Asked at Borders, Books, Music and Cafe on January 7, 2003
“No. If the state wants people to learn about their state, they shouldn’t charge for it. There are plenty of other ways to make money.”
“I think we need more taxes.”
“No. I think historical sites should be a public privilege rather than paid for.”
“I’d say no. For Kansas residents, historical sites are part of their heritage, and they shouldn’t have to pay for them.”