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Voters should pay attention

Dear Editor,
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have failed to pass proposed balanced budget amendments to the Constitution.
The House effort was similar to an amendment that passed the House in 1995.
One of the arguments against the House proposal was that Congress would fail to pass balanced budgets and it would be the courts that would make decisions on cutting spending or raising taxes.
Our own state legislature has proven this to be true when they failed to meet the Kansas constitutional requirement to provide adequate funding for education.
A lawsuit before the Kansas Supreme Court ...

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