BALDWIN CITY, Kan. (AP) _ A state plan to raise the speed limit to 60 miles per hour on part of U-S 56 is raising concerns in Baldwin City because a school sits along the highway. School officials say they believe the speed limit in front of the elementary school should be lowered. K-Dot says the change will affect the highway in three counties.
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