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Kan. AG names former Graves aide as new spokesman

Published on -10/3/2012, 6:52 AM

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- The Kansas attorney general's new chief spokesman is a former state Board of Regents official who also previously served as a top aide to former Gov. Bill Graves.

Don Brown joined Attorney General Derek Schmidt's office this week. He replaces Jeff Wagaman, who was promoted to lead the office's new Division of Crime Victims Compensation.

Brown was Graves' chief spokesman from November 1999 to February 2002. He was also communications director for the state Department of Health and Environment.

Most recently, Brown was a project manager for the regents' Kan-ed program, which brings high-speed Internet service to hospitals, schools and libraries.

He also is a former journalist for both WIBW television and radio in Topeka.

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