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2008-07-25 15:59:45
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The mileage reimbursement rate for the state of Kansas is 50.5.

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I'm not sure about fair, but I work for a school district and the reimbursement rate is $.40. Although this is on the low end of the spectrum, it is actually better than some of the surrounding school districts. But with gas prices going up, $.50 isn't going to be enough either.



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