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August 9, 2014 7:10 AM

Downgrading Kansas

Gov. Sam Brownback thinks that two credit-rating agencies have downgraded Kansas because they “don’t like you cutting taxes,” and that a lot of Kansas Republicans voted against him and other incumbents Tuesday out of frustration with President Obama. Then there is reality, which apportions him some responsibility for the state’s fiscal trouble and his related unpopularity.

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