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April 20, 2010 12:00 AM

Bill opens doors for Broadview Hotel remodel

Gov. Mark Parkinson on Monday signed a bill revamping the state's historic-tax-credit program. The new law makes possible the $28 million renovation of the Broadview Hotel in downtown Wichita by the Drury Hotels chain, among other projects, by removing a cap on the total amount of funding.

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