Friday, March 4, 2011

Senate panel opposes Brownback's arts proposal

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- The Kansas Senate will consider a bill that would block Gov. Sam Brownback's efforts to dissolve the Kansas Arts Commission.

The Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee on Thursday sent a resolution to the full Senate that will block Brownback's plan to disband the commission. The governor wants to transfer fundraising responsibilities for community arts to a private-sector nonprofit called the Kansas Arts Foundation.

For the full article, go to The Topeka Capital-Journal,

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