Gov. Sam Brownback, left, shakes hands with Department for Children and Families secretary Phyllis Gilmore, right, after signing a welfare reform bill into law in Topeka on Thursday.
Gov. Sam Brownback, left, shakes hands with Department for Children and Families secretary Phyllis Gilmore, right, after signing a welfare reform bill into law in Topeka on Thursday. Orlin Wagner Associated Press
Gov. Sam Brownback, left, shakes hands with Department for Children and Families secretary Phyllis Gilmore, right, after signing a welfare reform bill into law in Topeka on Thursday. Orlin Wagner Associated Press

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