Merriam City Council member Al Frisby holds up a two-sided sign during a protest at the Capitol on Friday. One side says "That's Not Kansas Values!" and the other says "Now That's Kansas Values!"
Merriam City Council member Al Frisby holds up a two-sided sign during a protest at the Capitol on Friday. One side says "That's Not Kansas Values!" and the other says "Now That's Kansas Values!" Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
Merriam City Council member Al Frisby holds up a two-sided sign during a protest at the Capitol on Friday. One side says "That's Not Kansas Values!" and the other says "Now That's Kansas Values!" Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
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