The Kansas senator says he knows very well “what people saw happen in Kansas” after passing a tax cut very much like the one Senate Republicans are pushing now. So why would he vote for a repeat?
The Kansas senator says he knows very well “what people saw happen in Kansas” after passing a tax cut very much like the one Senate Republicans are pushing now. So why would he vote for a repeat? The Associated Press File photo
The Kansas senator says he knows very well “what people saw happen in Kansas” after passing a tax cut very much like the one Senate Republicans are pushing now. So why would he vote for a repeat? The Associated Press File photo

Kansans beg Sen. Jerry Moran: ‘Why take this failed experiment nationwide?’

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