In her first interview with a Kansas reporter since she resigned as President Obama’s health and human services secretary last April, Kathleen Sebelius lamented the state’s credit downgrades, cuts to public schools and faltering job growth.
In her first interview with a Kansas reporter since she resigned as President Obama’s health and human services secretary last April, Kathleen Sebelius lamented the state’s credit downgrades, cuts to public schools and faltering job growth. Associated Press File photo
In her first interview with a Kansas reporter since she resigned as President Obama’s health and human services secretary last April, Kathleen Sebelius lamented the state’s credit downgrades, cuts to public schools and faltering job growth. Associated Press File photo

Kathleen Sebelius criticizes Gov. Sam Brownback’s vision for Kansas

January 21, 2015 08:17 AM

UPDATED January 21, 2015 08:30 AM

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