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September 3, 2012 12:00 AM

Kansas Views (Sept. 3)

Capitol cost – It's starting to seem like Kansas' all-time biggest money pit is the renovation of the state Capitol building. With an original estimate of around $90 million to modernize and restore the building, the job that began in 2001 will end up taking the better part of 12 years, and $332 million to complete.

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