Politics & Government

December 10, 2014 6:23 PM

Brownback defends using public pension funds to fill Kansas budget hole

Gov. Sam Brownback defended his decision to cut the state’s pension contribution to help fill a $279 million budget hole amid criticism from leaders in his own party Wednesday.

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