Kansas allocates funds to slow pandemic, boost economy

July 30, 2020 - 7:39 pm

The Kansas State Finance Council has allocated more than $254 million of federal coronavirus relief funds. 

Gov. Laura Kelly said Thursday in a news release the funds will provide aid to Kansans who need it the most, help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and accelerate economic recovery. 

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The group’s unanimous approval slated the federal funds for public health, education and economic development proposals as recommended by a task force. 

The governor's office says this the second major allocation of the more than $1.03 billion Kansas has received through the federal coronavirus relief fund.

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