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County to join suit against state

Officials want to recover oil-and-gas money

The State of Kansas owes Barton County $205,000.
That’s the county’s interpretation of a state statute governing the distribution of Oil and Gas Depletion Fund money. But, how Barton and 70-some other oil-and-gas-producing counties see the law is different from how the State Budget Office sees it.
For this reason, the County Commission Monday morning voted to join a law suit against the state to retrieve what it has coming. Officials hope, though, the state will settle the matter without having to go to court.
“Nobody wants to sue the state,” said commission Chairman Don Cates said ...

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