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Brownback plans education financing cuts to balance Kansas budget

There are 2 comments on the Kansas City Business Journal story from Mar 14, 2011, titled Brownback plans education financing cuts to balance Kansas budget. In it, Kansas City Business Journal reports that:

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback wants to cut $50 million in education financing to help resolve the Kansas budget crisis.

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“The sheep need protection.”

Since: Dec 08

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#1 Mar 14, 2011
Go for it Sam. It is a proven fact money in education does not equal quality schools or increased learning.
A Concerned Student

Salina, KS

#2 Mar 16, 2011
As a young person in Kansas I believe that we need as much education as we can get so we don't end up like the idiotic generations before us that caused this economic mess. We are the future, and WE need an education. It's too late for you guys to fix things, at least allow us to have a chance to fix it.

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