Come to the Kansas capitol today and you'll see hundreds of people running around, yelling, carousing and acting like 10-year-olds.
No, we're not talking about lawmakers, lobbyists or the statehouse press corps (none of which really likes to run very much).
It's Kansas Day, which means the statehouse is filled with school kids on field trips. There are historical reenactors, renditions of "Home on the Range," and a whole lot of love for the 34th state.
As the state celebrates its 146th birthday today (if my math is correct), we'll ask: what's the biggest challenge facing the Sunflower State right now? The economy? Educating our kids for the future? Health care costs? Energy policy? Something else?
Posted by David Klepper