July 20, 2024

TOPEKA–Governor Sam Brownback’s new budget plans have the Kansas Neurological Institue to close. The Institute houses more than 150 of the state’s most profoundly disabled adults including those who cannot walk, talk, or intellectually disabled. The proposal of the 2011 Legislature would transfer residents of KNI to community based housing starting in July. If shut down, not only could 150 residents could lose their home but 450 people could lose their jobs.

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