Barbara Shelly

Kansas City Star

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Editorial and Opinion writer for the Kansas City Star

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Aid to the poor often comes with restrictions, and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says new limits on state assistance will help recipients to lead better lives.

Kansas Passes Controversial Welfare Reform Legislation

Aid to the poor often comes with restrictions, and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says new limits on state assistance will help recipients to lead better lives.

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