Letters to the Editor

February 26, 2013 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on public education, lobbying ban, park trash

In choosing to vote in favor of a constitutional amendment that would grant the Legislature exclusive authority to determine school funding (Feb. 21 Eagle), conservative state senators have participated in the kind of legislative overreach they claim to stand against and attempted to upset the fundamental system of checks and balances our government relies on to function democratically. Further, by actively casting a vote against the interests of public schools, students and teachers, they’ve alienated Kansans who believe deeply in public education.

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