How a plan to boost Kansas-Nebraska tourism got wrapped up in fears of a 30×30 ‘land-grab’

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Angel Cushing, a north-central Kansas resident who opposes the proposed National Heritage Area designation in Kansas and Nebraska, speaks at a May 13 meeting in Marshall County, Kansas, as Norman Kincaide, a Colorado activist who opposes National Heritage Areas, looks on. (Screen capture from Facebook live video)

 

President Joe Biden signs one of the 17 executive orders he signed on Inauguration Day in the Oval Office of the White House. (Adam Schultz/White House photo)

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Jacob Fischler
Jacob Fischler

Jacob Fischler is a national correspondent for States Newsroom, a network of state-based nonprofit news outlets that includes Kansas Reflector.

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