David Koch, the executive vice president of Wichita’s Koch Industries, and his brother Charles have been accused of wielding too much influence in Kansas politics, a claim Gov. Sam Brownback disputes.
David Koch, the executive vice president of Wichita’s Koch Industries, and his brother Charles have been accused of wielding too much influence in Kansas politics, a claim Gov. Sam Brownback disputes. Travis Heying File photo
David Koch, the executive vice president of Wichita’s Koch Industries, and his brother Charles have been accused of wielding too much influence in Kansas politics, a claim Gov. Sam Brownback disputes. Travis Heying File photo

Governor: Koch Industries has no undue influence in Kansas politics

December 14, 2014 09:31 PM

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