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December 20, 2012 11:49 AM

Eagle editorial: Keep higher ed strong

If Gov. Sam Brownback is sincere in saying he wants to protect education as the state experiences a “hard dip” in revenues, that commitment shouldn’t come to a halt at 12th grade. So it’s worrisome that his budget office has mentioned an 8 percent cut for higher education in its planning for a fiscal 2014 budget.

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