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July 29, 2013 12:00 AM

Kansas views on Detroit, higher-ed committee, voters ‘in suspense,’ energy tax credit, Bowyer

Detroit – Kansas City has its share of problems. But it’s nowhere close to being another Detroit. The financial and social challenges that face Kansas City are well-documented. These woes shouldn’t be minimized and merit continued attention. However, an analysis of data shows that – as challenging as some things are in Kansas City – they are a whole lot worse in the Motor City.

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