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Kansas governor hopefuls talk big on budget, avoid details


October 26, 2018

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The top candidates for Kansas governor have big and radically different ideas for moving their state ahead, after its name became shorthand for failed tax policies.

Democrat Laura Kelly, a veteran state senator from Topeka, considers the state on the mend and has a list of places to bolster spending — while promising not to raise taxes. Republican Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state and ally of President Donald Trump, argues that Kansas must return to cutting taxes to prosper.

But even with a past Republican tax-cutting experiment now rolled back and better-th...

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