A legislative panel on Wednesday voted to replace a plaque commemorating the state Capitol restoration that featured just former Gov. Sam Brownback's name.
Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley asked the state Capitol Preservation Committee to replace it with a marker that reflects more of the people involved in the massive project.
Hensley said he had been concerned about the north wing plaque since it was installed when the Capitol restoration project was dedicated in 2014.
"I didn't feel as though the plaque was as inclusive as it should have been," Hensley told the panel. "There were actually four . . .
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