• Media, Left Attempt to Re-write History of Kansas Tax Reform

    Media, Left Attempt to Re-write History of Kansas Tax Reform0

    Now that legislators and media have imposed the largest tax increase in Kansas history and put citizens in worse shape than prior to 2012, the effort is shifting to rewrite the history of Kansas tax reform.  The first salvo was released by Kansas City Star columnist Steve Kraske, who writes that then-Senator Steve Morris says

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  • Legislature Disregards Citizens with $3 Billion Kansas Income Tax Hike

    Legislature Disregards Citizens with $3 Billion Kansas Income Tax Hike0

    So far, the most pro-government/anti-freedom Legislature in recent history hasn’t been successful in efforts to eliminate right-to-work, strip citizens of their right to vote on property tax increases, reinstate prevailing wage or allow local government to set minimum fringe benefit standards for private employers, but this week they stuck citizens with an unnecessary $3 billion

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  • $11 Billion School Debt Exceeds State Debt

    $11 Billion School Debt Exceeds State Debt0

    Given media and legislative hyperventilation over state debt levels, one would never know that Kansas’ 286 school districts are deeper in hock than the State of Kansas and its component units (universities, turnpike authority, etc.).  School districts set a new record last year of $5.56 billion in bonded indebtedness and they also have $5.4 billion

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