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December 23, 2013 12:00 AM

Kansas views on Brownback’s road map, social media policy, NBAF funding, federal budget deal, Wichita terrorism plot, volunteerism

Road map – Gov. Sam Brownback’s “Road Map for Kansas” was polished and presented with the idea that we’d all see more money in our pockets, our pick of a multitude of high-paying jobs, lower overall tax burdens and fewer children who live in prosperity. But we’re not just looking at a map anymore – we’re driving down the road – and it’s starting to look like this map was poorly drawn and is sending us down a dark and scary dead-end road that is littered with impoverished children, higher property taxes, lower-than-average earnings and lackluster job growth.

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