Kansas, like North Carolina, has become a test bed for conservative policy-making. Deep spending cuts to education, health care and other social services were central to that agenda.
Kansas Court Could Kill The Right To A Decent Public Education
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January 10, 2014

Via Moyers & Company:

In 2012, tea party-aligned legislators in the reliably red state of Kansas, backed by deep-pocketed outside groups, were able to purge Republicans they viewed as insufficiently devoted to Governor Sam Brownback’s right wing agenda. Since then, Kansas, like North Carolina, has become a test bed for conservative policy-making.

Deep spending cuts to education, health care and other social services were central to that agenda. And this month, the Kansas Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling in a lawsuit precipitated by those cuts which could have profound consequences for public education ...

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