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November 22, 2011 5:00 AM

Brownback says state will ‘fight hard’ to keep Boeing in Wichita

Gov. Sam Brownback said he and the state’s congressional delegation "will fight and fight hard" to keep Boeing in Wichita, and he said he would remind Boeing officials of the promises they made while he and others fought to secure a massive aerial refueling tanker contract.

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