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Coming soon to Kansas: higher income taxes to help finance better public schools.
Sam Brownback gave an uninspired State of the State on Tuesday.
Well, that was a waste of time. Gov. Sam Brownback gave his next-to-last State of the State Tuesday evening and refused to face facts.
Gov. Sam Brownback will have a lot to say in his State of the State on Monday evening.
Sam Brownback, the nation’s most unpopular governor, has been very coy about what he will say in his 2017 State of the State address Tuesday evening. Continue reading
Gov. Sam Brownback gave another laughably out-of-touch interview this week.
What horribly perfect timing. On Wednesday, Kansas officials postponed 10 more road improvement projects because of the state’s dire financial situation — the same day Gov. Sam Brownback gave another of his it-ain’t-my-fault interviews to the media.
Employment growth in the Kansas City region continues to be anemic.
A new report reveals more depressing news about employment in the Kansas City area — even while including the normally go-go Johnson County market.
When is a safety pin … more than a safety pin? After Donald Trump’s election as president.
Shawnee Mission School District officials have told employees they shouldn’t wear safety pins in school buildings. As a result, all hell has broken loose this week, continuing into Wednesday.
The needed battle to rein in tax breaks that are doled out by Kansas City Hall recently is turning, ever so slightly, in favor of taxing jurisdictions such as school districts, libraries and counties.
Now, here are key details about the latest big victory, which deserves plenty of public attention.