Politics & Government

March 9, 2011 12:00 AM

Senate panel backs cut in state aid to schools

TOPEKA — A Kansas Senate panel on Tuesday endorsed most of Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's proposed cuts in aid to public schools, reflecting a loss of federal funding and tight state revenue.

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