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Published on Feb 2, 2012
Knowing that investments in universities were crucial to their community's continued excellence, voters in Johnson County, Kan., did something unique: They passed a sales tax to fund what's now known as the Johnson County Education Research Triangle. Each year, around $15 million is now funding education and research that will change the world. And at the triangle's northeastern point, in Fairway, Kan., the KU Clinical Research Center is one of the country's most innovative clinical trial facilities.