The Kansas Legislature is back in session starting Monday. Here’s an opinionated look at the major issues and some of the people involved in them, from A to Y (sorry, Z).
His critics contend Republican Kevin Yoder is serving his fourth and final two-year term as the congressman from Kansas’ 3rd District.
Here’s hoping they are right.
Johnson County’s population growth rate has slowed dramatically, while the Northland in Missouri bids to become the new king of the hill in the Kansas City area.
We now have four years worth of facts to evaluate how Gov. Sam Brownback’s income tax cuts have affected job growth in the Kansas City area.
UPDATED 4 pm: The Kansas Senate on Thursday killed a flat income tax plan advanced by Gov. Sam Brownback. Good. It would have been a sop to the rich.
The eyes of the nation are now focused squarely on Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback.
Kansas voters last fall sent smarter, more moderate voices to the Legislature.
Talk about fun and games: Over a three-hour period Tuesday, the Kansas Senate offered a stunning rebuke of Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax bill.
As the Legislature returns Monday, Kansans will count on certain lawmakers to push responsible bills to solve the state’s massive funding problems.
Poor Kansans. Their newfound hope of creating a state of hope and opportunity for future generations was suddenly swept away Tuesday evening.