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January 2, 2014 5:39 PM

Kansas statehouse visitor center opens to the public

Kansas residents and officials used words like “cool” and “awesome” Thursday to describe the restored grandeur of the statehouse as the doors to a new visitor center opened. The festivities marked the completion of the nearly $330 million restoration project that took 13 years. Gov. Sam Brownback, Topeka Mayor Larry Wolgast and members of the Kansas Historical Society cut a ribbon to open the new center.

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