Performance art credit where it's due, on a snowy day when most of the metro and football fans seem depressed about Tom Brady's good fortune and work ethic paying off . . . This politico offers another annoying distraction to refocus ire against the super-minority party that keeps hoping for a breakthrough that never seems to arrive.
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A freshman Kansas House member who's due to get a public warning from colleagues about his behavior before he took office has rejoined the Democratic Party. Rep. Aaron Coleman of Kansas City, Kansas, confirmed Monday that he returned to the party last week, about three weeks after registering unaffiliated.