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Cutting waste is a great idea

Really?
You’ve gotta give them credit for trying something, but — really?
Really?
Kansas State University officials in Salina are going to try something new in an effort to cut back on waste and they deserve a lot of credit for trying.
If they succeed, they deserve more than that.
They deserve to have pretty much everyone in the state to follow their lead, and what they say makes a lot of sense.
What they want to cut is the waste of food, and that should be a goal for everyone.
According to the Associated Press report on the effort ...


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