(July 29, 2014) DAVE TRABERT Gubernatorial candidates Sam Brownback and Paul Davis are offering their own perspectives on K-12 employment; one says teacher employment increased during his watch and the other says teacher employment is lower than in 2009.
Regardless of opinions on Kansas' recent tax cuts, Kansas is like every other state is that it must answer citizen demands to use tax money well and deliver better quality service. "A Legislator's Guide to Delivering Better Service at a Better Price," was released today by Kansas Policy Institute...
It’s far too early to call tax reform a success in Kansas but claims of its failure are based on a number of factual distortions. Tax reform opponents understand that controlling spending is the key to tax reform – and they will not let facts get in the way of their disdain...
(July 25, 2014) JEREMY WARNER By the time you read this column, squeals of celebration may already be emanating from HM Treasury on Whitehall: at 9.30am today, the UK’s Office for National Statistics is expected to confirm that after nearly six years of waiting...
June’s private sector jobs numbers show minimal changes from last month’s numbers. Kansas’ income-taxing peer states did post some slight growth (registering a rate of 1.66%) over the period, bringing this group’s year-to-date growth rate to 1.57% (up from 1.55% last month).
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