By Rainey Knudson on June 27, 2015
Many people are joyfully celebrating (and others bewailing) yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling upholding gay marriage, which will overturn the shameful 2005 amendment to the Texas […]
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Penny wise and pound foolish: without an arts commission, Kansas loses federal NEA money. Could Texas be next?
By Bill Davenport on August 19, 2011
Kansas governor Sam Brownback vetoed funding for the Kansas Arts Commission recently, substituting a non-governmental foundation he hoped would be able to distribute Kansas’ share […]