A voluntary retirement program for Kansas state government workers is expected to save $34.5 million over the next two years, Gov. Sam Brownback said last week.

“Reducing spending through this voluntary retirement incentive program is one method of helping the state live within its means,” according to Brownback, a Republican.

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