Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing $600,000 in funding for public TV and radio in each of the next two fiscal years, down 42 percent from the current figure of slightly more than $1 million a year. The next fiscal year begins July 1.
Gov. Sam Brownback proposed a state budget Thursday that would cease funding Kansas Public Broadcasting, which supports the state’s local public television and radio stations. The move would save $1.6 million.