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What's the best way to create more jobs in Wichita? Come and find out on Friday at the WSU Metroplex. Free and open to the public. Yes Wichita Coalition For A Better Wichita Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce http://kansaspolicy.org/events/119824.aspx?view=c


Fostering Economic Growth in Wichita
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A discussion on the jobs fund portion of the proposed City of Wichita 1% sales tax. Agenda to be announced.
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A chance to truly understand the issues facing Wichita voters in November. What is the best way to give more Wichitans a chance to find a job? RSVP in first comment. Voice For Liberty Yes Wichita Coalition For A Better Wichita Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce http://www.kansas.com/news/local/article2006841.html


Kansas Policy Institute to host public forum on proposed job development fund
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The Kansas Policy Institute, a conservative Wichita nonprofit organization, is hosting a community forum on the proposed job development fund, which is part of the one-cent-on-the-dollar sales tax that will be on the November ballot.
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Would you pay a 1% sales tax to create a "jobs fund"? Wichitans will have to make that decision in November. 19 September at WSU Metroplex to learn about the facts of the proposal, Wichita's economic trends, how incentives have worked in Kansas before, and what it takes to make an economy truly grow. Free event, open to the public.
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Fostering Economic Growth in Wichita
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Economic freedom EQUALS a better quality of life for all
Posted by James Franko on Monday, January 09, 2012

Okay, so this doesn't deal specifically with Kansas but it is a pretty good explanation of the work KPI does.

Around the world, the countries that are most economically free enjoy better health, longer life spans, a cleaner environment, and even their least well off populations have more money.  Why should it be any different in Kansas?

The answer - It wouldn't be any different!  The freer Kansans are to provide for themselves and their family, the better off the entire state will be.

Tip 'o the hat to www.EconomicFreedom.org for the video

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