Under Brownback, Kansas Will Be Only State Without Arts Commission

(1-26-2011) From Huffington Post, Sarah Smarsh, assistant professor of English at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas writes about the proposed ellimination of the Kansas Arts Commission:

Newly elected governor Sam Brownback plans to issue executive orders eliminating the Kansas Arts Commission... If Brownback is successful in abolishing this state agency, Kansas would be the only state in the nation—including the territories of Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands—without a state-funded arts commission.

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