Amid the "dark days" of Winter 2020 . . . People who need help the most in Kansas have been neglected by local leaders.
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansans who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic say they are going weeks or months without unemployment benefits they are due, and some lawmakers say they can't get answers from the state Department of Labor about its problems with aging technology.