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Whatever soap Brian E. Glenn was selling, prosecutors said it didn’t stand up to the “stain removal performance test.” In fact, prosecutors argued in court documents, when applied to barbecue sauce, Glenn’s laundry detergent fell 14.7 points short of authentic Tide detergent on the stain-removal index, when a mere 4 points is enough to be noticeable to consumers. That’s just one bit of the evidence in the case against Glenn that won’t be shared with a Douglas County jury this week, as previously expected.
A law allowing vending machine sales and expanded gambling wasn’t the right direction for Kansas.
When legislators return to the capital today for the ceremonial last day of the 2017 session, some apparently want to try to override Gov. Sam Brownback’s veto of a bill that would allow vending machines to sell lottery tickets.
Despite the expressed misgivings of several members, the Baldwin City school board agreed Monday to join with the city in a property tax rebate program meant to stimulate new construction.
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