Kansas governor seeks tuition freeze, calls state healthier

 

January 9, 2022



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Laura Kelly called Tuesday for another freeze in tuition at Kansas colleges in a State of the State address that portrayed the state as booming economically and previewed what are likely to be major themes in her reelection campaign.

The Democratic governor didn't provide details about her college tuition proposal in the annual address, saying only that it is part of the proposed state budget that her administration will outline Wednesday. Kelly already is pushing to eliminate the state's sales tax on groceries and give a $250 rebate to every Kansas resident who f...



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