Politics & Government

July 21, 2012 5:00 AM

Kansas GOP primary a referendum on Gov. Sam Brownback’s agenda

The nation — or at least its political sphere — is watching Kansas closely this summer as businesses back a political movement to shift the state further to the right, paving the way for Gov. Sam Brownback’s vision.

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