Mar 16, 2018
The Kansas Legislature is in session, and one of the items before lawmakers that is of concern to many in Manhattan is Kansas State University’s budget. K-State’s President Richard Myers says much of the concern stems from lawmakers' choices about the K-12 budget, a budget the state supreme court says must be increased.
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