TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says he’s committed to funding more schools, tackling unemployment and improving the lives of all Kansans. On Wednesday night, Gov. Brownback delivered his annual State of the State address from the state capitol in Topeka.
Gov. Brownback took almost one hour to deliver the address. His key issues included: education, employment and what the governor called, “necessary stability” for more Kansas families.
“The state of our state is strong and getting stronger and we’re leading an American renaissance,” Gov. Brownback said.
A cheerful and enthusiastic Gov. Brownback used his annual State of the State address to tell Kansas house and senate members the Sunflower State has bounced back from tough economic times, and is moving in the right direction.