Sunday Reader: Drug fatals at 20-year high; Rep’s transplant

This field of wheat in central Kansas is nearly ready for harvest. An unusual misty morning added a low fog and misty drops to the wheat stalks. Focus is on wheat closest in foreground.

Good morning everyone:

Well, we're glad to be back after our prolonged holiday in which Mrs. SSJ and I celebrated our eighth anniversary at Walt Disney World, where we ran into some familiar Kansas politicos at Epcot. No one talks politics at the Happiest Place on Earth, by the way.

It's good to get back, although it has taken a little adjustment. We already got a little taste of the legislative session ahead with a four-story day on Friday. Nobody said this was easy. But we love it nevertheless.

We've been gone long enough that we . . .


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