(October 22, 2014) RENEE JEAN One of the things Kansas Policy Institute President Dave Trabert says his organization does is help people work through false choices. Kansas Policy Institute bills itself as an independent think tank to advocate for free market solutions.
(October 22, 2014) DAVE TRABERT Much national attention has portrayed the upcoming election for Kansas governor as a referendum on the efficacy of tax reform, but that really isn’t the issue.
(October 22, 2014) The debate between Rep. Paul Davis and Gov. Sam Brownback over school finance is clouded, to say the least. Davis says Brownback signed “the largest single cut to our schools in state history.”
The executive directors of the Kansas Center for Economic Growth (Annie McKay) and the Kansas Economic Progress Council (Bernie Koch) are going around the state with a presentation entitled “The Impacts of Kansas’ Changing Tax Policy.”
(October 19, 2014) PATRICK LOWRY Voters must be baffled by competing claims regarding the funding of K-12 public schools in Kansas. The Brownback administration says it is going up; most everybody else says it is going down. Does the truth lie somewhere in the middle? We simply would say: No.