TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas health officials and policymakers gathered Thursday in Topeka to hear that no single strategy will reduce obesity in the state and everyone will need to help make changes.

The remarks were made at a summit on obesity, a meeting convened by the Governor's Council on Fitness.

Gov. Sam Brownback, Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer and Secretary of Health and Environment Robert Moser are among those taking part. Colyer and Moser are both physicians. More than 200 people were invited to the summit.

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