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Kansas' governor has killed proposed limits on foreign land ownership

  • Proposed restrictions in Kansas on foreign land ownership were vetoed by Democratic Governor Laura Kelly, deemed crucial to protect military bases from spying by Chinese, Cuban, Iraqi, North Korean, and Venezuelan nationals.
  • The vetoed bill aimed to limit foreign nationals from those countries to own more than 10% of non-residential properties within 100 miles of military installations in Kansas.
  • Governor Kelly vetoed the bill, citing concerns that its broad scope could hinder legitimate investments and business relationships, emphasizing a need for stronger protections against foreign adversaries.
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