Democratic Gov. Mark Parkinson joined with two of his Republican predecessors last week to urge Kansas legislators to provide more money for transportation programs.

The state has cut highway maintenance efforts by more than $250 million over the past 12 months due to a sharp decline in revenue. Kansas is on track to spend less on annual road upkeep in fiscal 2010 than it did in 1989.

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