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January 13, 2014 12:00 AM

Kansas views on Kansas Chamber, voting law, immigration, Common Core, Ogallala Aquifer, KU athletic spending

Kansas Chamber – Local chambers of commerce understand the importance of investment in education, infrastructure and a social safety net. They recognize that it is difficult to promote and develop local business interests with bad roads, a poorly educated workforce and impoverished communities. Local chambers and leaders also recognize that local businesses and residents must pick up the slack where the state fails.

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