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July 19, 2011 12:00 AM

Rural perks can’t hurt

Just as people leave small towns for a variety of reasons, repopulating rural Kansas will take a variety of tools and creative ideas. Out-of-staters aren’t going to jump at the chance to become rural Kansans solely on the basis of a state income-tax break.

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