Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration is receiving deserved praise for its efforts to encourage businesses to employ Kansans with disabilities. “I give this administration credit for showing more interest in the first two years than previous administrations on this issue,” Tom Laing, executive director of InterHab, told the Topeka Capital-Journal. Brownback signed a bill May 29 giving preference to state contractors who employ disabled Kansans.
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