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Mark Binelli | Rolling Stone

The last time I came to Kansas, in March 2013, Brownback could often be found wandering the halls of the state Capitol, sporting one of his signature sweater vests, smiling and nodding at passing strangers or offering impromptu lectures to schoolchildren paused in front of the oil painting of John Brown, the fearsome Kansas abolitionist, that hangs outside his office. 

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Daily Kos

There are a few things you just don't do - and one of them is expect a parent of a special needs child to not fight for their child.  Brownback's meeting in strongly Republican Neosho county started out poorly - and got worse.

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Just two weeks ago, Gov. Brownback insisted his “real-live experiment” in cutting taxes far beyond what his state could afford was “working.” There’s new evidence that says otherwise.
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