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We look forward to hearing from your campaign regarding this. This would include breakfast. I (Brian) makes a terrific omelette and you can dine al fresco on our deck if it’s nice weather.
Let us know.
Brian E. Davis & Anne Lauer
Under our current governor’s attraction to and probably paid by you know who, I doubt Kansas will be able to be as proactive (and smart, for heaven’s sake) as Ohio. One can always pray for immediate intervention by an Angry God!
I’ll look forward to any information you might have for my additional research. One of the other women attending our meeting with you is a farm woman who is being romanced by some Big Oil corp to allow them to frack on her land…and her land borders right up against my younger daughter’s family’s home in which two of my young grandkids (ages 7 and 14) are still at home. The concern CNN brings up (as well as the now-documented increase in fault-line earthquake activity) is what types of chemicals are leaching into our groundwater and our wells. My daughter and her family use well water – and I’m going to take my own supply of water to Easter celebration at their home after listening to that very well-presented documentary.
NOW I’m going to bed so I can get to church on time!
Thus ends this evening’s stream-of-consciousness chat with you, Sir. I hope my occasional contacts with you won’t irritate. You could archive them and have your staff riffle through them for the “gems” I hope to send on.
May God go with you on this journey of yours that is so important to all Kansans! My prayers will be with you from here on out. Jean Bowans Chappell – formerly from Goodland, KS
My name is Joshua Sellards. I am sending you this email to explain my situation with Kansas State University. I was stationed in Camp Pendleton California for my 4 year enlistment. Upon reaching the end of my contract I decided to EAS and attend college. The college that accepted me was Kansas State University. On August 16, 2011, I left Camp Pendleton for Salina KS to start class on August 22, 2011. My active duty did not end until September 11, 2011. Therefore, I was still active duty when classes started. I was told by the register that me being on active duty did not count for anything and that I had to live in the state for one year before I could gain in-state tuition. After living in the state for the year I applied for in-state tuition. For the second time, I was told that I have to buy a house and then I could gain in-state tuition because I showed them that I did not come to the state just for college. On march, 22 2013, I bought my first house at 815 state St in Salina ks. After I was moved in, I contacted the University again for in-state tuition and again I was denied. I then set up an appeal. On that appeal I was told that I had to be stationed in Kansas to gain in-state tuition. I am in my third year at Kansas State University. I have over $40,000 in student loans due to out-of-state tuition fees. I looking to change the law that would make it clear to all veterans that their GI bill will cover their tuition and fees. I also want to change my tuition rate for this next year so I don’t have to gain more student loan debt. Thank you for reading this email.
Even worse, the Highway Trust Fund could be insolvent as early as July.
I would like to know your stand on Surface Transportation Funding?
As you know, the next re-authorization will focus on funding, do you favor one funding option over another?
I will be sending out cards for area invites. Please send a list if you have it to the email below.
Thank you in advance for thinking about taking this on! .Your thoughtfulness and sanity will be a breath of fresh air for the 1st district of Kansas.
I will probably donate and volunteer in the future