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How did the Kansas delegation in Congress vote on the "No Child Left Behind Act," which is President Bush's overhaul of federal education funding and will require states to increase testing of students?

U.S. Sens. Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts, both Republicans, voted for the final version of the act that Bush signed into law. In the House, U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore, a Democrat, voted for it, while Kansas' three Republican House members Jim Ryun, Jerry Moran and Todd Tiahrt voted against it.

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