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State lawmakers could learn from hometown officials

The Kansas Legislature opened its 2014 90-day session Monday with a lot on its collective mind. There are new faces in the House and nervousness about a yet-unseen ruling from the state Supreme Court on education funding.
There are also other unresolved issues hanging over lawmakers heads following the contentious and unproductive 2013. Further more, all statewide offices are on the ballot this year, as well as all 125 seats in the House.
One headline predicted more of the same this year. With political infighting and officials worrying about an election, this unfortunate prophecy may come to pass.
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