The latest misleading claim on job growth from the Kansas Center for Economic Growth is loaded with misleading and irrelevant information; they don’t fully disclose their methodology and at this writing they have ignored our request to explain it.
(May 20, 2015) DAVID DORSEY The USD 501 school board voted unanimously on April 29 to hold an election to increase the district’s local option budget (LOB). They claim the $3 million that could be raised with voter approval is necessary “in the face of state budget cuts.”
(May 19, 2015) RHONDA HOLMAN Some conservative state leaders may view the Kansas Bioscience Authority as an expendable source of quick cash amid the budget crisis, especially those who ideologically oppose its capturing of tax dollars for economic development.
(May 19, 2015) MARY CLARKIN Dennis Depew, an attorney and school board member in Neodesha who defended the state’s school funding levels during the 2014 gubernatorial campaign, started Monday as state deputy attorney general in charge of civil litigation.
(May 18, 2015) DIANE STAFFORD A fast-track legislative effort appears to be underway in Topeka to kill the Kansas Bioscience Authority. The authority, created in 2004 by the Kansas Economic Growth Act, was designed to spur growth in the state’s bioscience sector and often has benefited businesses...
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