Kansas Changes Spelling Of Name To 'Cannsas'; 'It Looks Cooler That Way,' Governor Says

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Kansas Changes Spelling Of Name To 'Cannsas'; 'It Looks Cooler That Way,' Governor Says

TOPEKA, KS–Calling the old spelling "totally lame," the Kansas legislature voted Monday to change the state's name to "Cannsas," effective immediately. "'Kansas' with a 'K' was just so boring," said Gov. Bill Graves, writing "Cannsas" over and over on a looseleaf binder. "It looks way cooler with the 'C' and two 'N's. It's almost like it's foreign or something." The move is believed to have been motivated by a similar move last year by the state of Kentuckki.