Use of highway money for the general budget caused the Kansas Department of Transportation to indefinitely delay two dozen road expansion projects in April. It halted another 34 projects in the last two months after a budget shortfall was forecast.
Use of highway money for the general budget caused the Kansas Department of Transportation to indefinitely delay two dozen road expansion projects in April. It halted another 34 projects in the last two months after a budget shortfall was forecast. File photo
Use of highway money for the general budget caused the Kansas Department of Transportation to indefinitely delay two dozen road expansion projects in April. It halted another 34 projects in the last two months after a budget shortfall was forecast. File photo

Brownback’s plan to sweep more highway money faces pushback

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