Politics & Government

October 29, 2011 12:00 AM

Arts Commission to revive special license plates

TOPEKA — New Kansas Arts Commission members plan to revive a project to raise private dollars for its programs only months after the agency dropped it amid a budget dispute with Gov. Sam Brownback that made Kansas the only state in the nation to eliminate its arts funding.

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