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December 12, 2010 12:00 AM

Burdett Loomis: Observations on GOP sweep, taxes

A month ago, Kansans were still trying to sort out the implications of the GOP sweep of state offices and congressional seats, as well as the decline to irrelevancy of Democrats in the Statehouse. A month from now, Gov.-elect Sam Brownback and his team will be in office, and the outlines of an agenda will be on the table. But before we get too caught up in the matters of the moment, a few observations are in order:

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