Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Gary Warner carries a portable Motorola radio tied into the statewide system that the company built under a controversial 2005 contract. The $50 million, no-bid deal was crafted as an amendment to a contract awarded 14 years earlier.
Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Gary Warner carries a portable Motorola radio tied into the statewide system that the company built under a controversial 2005 contract. The $50 million, no-bid deal was crafted as an amendment to a contract awarded 14 years earlier. MCT
Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Gary Warner carries a portable Motorola radio tied into the statewide system that the company built under a controversial 2005 contract. The $50 million, no-bid deal was crafted as an amendment to a contract awarded 14 years earlier. MCT

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