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July 17, 2013 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Finney partnership worth saving

Wichitans are learning more about the reasons, including crowded conditions and a cumbersome seven-floor layout, that prompted the Brownback administration to give notice on its lease on the city-owned Finney State Office Building. Now, officials at the state and city need to work together to try to save this enduring, mutually beneficial partnership.

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