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  • Kansas Gov. Brownback talks about House Speaker Paul Ryan and supply-side economics

    The Kansas City Star reporters had an interview with Governor of Kansas Sam Brownback about his early relationship with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who was Brownback's legislative director when he was in the Senate. Brownback’s supply-side approach to government and economics could travel to Washington in the agenda of House Speaker Paul Ryan.

The Kansas City Star reporters had an interview with Governor of Kansas Sam Brownback about his early relationship with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who was Brownback's legislative director when he was in the Senate. Brownback’s supply-side approach to government and economics could travel to Washington in the agenda of House Speaker Paul Ryan. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
The Kansas City Star reporters had an interview with Governor of Kansas Sam Brownback about his early relationship with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who was Brownback's legislative director when he was in the Senate. Brownback’s supply-side approach to government and economics could travel to Washington in the agenda of House Speaker Paul Ryan. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

The troubled ‘Kansas experiment’ goes to Washington

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