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Conference to focus on state's population shift

Kansas is confronted by change, as the state's population continues to shift from rural to urban areas. The impact of this change on state and local government is the theme for the annual Kansas Economic Policy Conference, scheduled for Oct. 26 at the Kansas Union by the Institute for Policy and Social Research.

House Speaker Doug Mays, will give a keynote address during lunch.

For more information, or to register, go to ipsr.ku.edu/ conferen/kepc06/. Cost of the conference is $85.

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