Koch Industries sees the position as helping the poor, and the stance also fits with Koch’s philosophy of limited government, especially as it applies to the federal government, Mark Holden said.
Koch Industries sees the position as helping the poor, and the stance also fits with Koch’s philosophy of limited government, especially as it applies to the federal government, Mark Holden said. Bo Rader File photo
Koch Industries sees the position as helping the poor, and the stance also fits with Koch’s philosophy of limited government, especially as it applies to the federal government, Mark Holden said. Bo Rader File photo

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