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Yoder defends Dodd-Frank rollback

“When your greatest legislative achievement is passing one of the most contentious provisions in the 113th Congress – a Dodd-Frank rollback that lobbyists literally helped write – taking credit for the legislation is a delicate art,” CQ Roll Call reported about U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder, R-Overland Park.


Our home on the range

Kansas’ admission to the Union 154 years ago inspired rejoicing in the streets, in part because it was as a free state after years of bloody struggle.

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Schools facing more cuts

Not only does Gov. Sam Brownback want to cut $127 million in school operating funding next year, but some lawmakers want to cut $39 million this current year – even though the school year is more than half over and the cut would disproportionately hurt poorer school districts.


WSU mistakes avoidable

If the NCAA’s punishment of Wichita State University’s baseball program seems harsh in the context of other wrongdoing in college sports, the mistakes were inarguable and easily avoidable.


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