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Thad Cochran

In Kansas, Milton Wolf mulls a second conservative challenge

WASHINGTON In the view of Kansas doctor Milton Wolf, there might be an illness shared by his state's two Republican senators: They're not conservative enough. Wolf has already once declared himself the cure: In 2012, he led an aggressive, but unsuccessful, primary challenge that placed him within 7 points of Republican Sen. Pat Roberts. This year, he's focusing his attention on Roberts' colleague, fellow Republican Sen. Jerry Moran. "I really do mean it when I say I'd rather be a doctor than a politician, but our country is in trouble and it's clear that Washington is failing us," Wolf told CQ Roll Call. And while he said he has "not yet...