Here is your fresh edition of the newsletter from Voice For Liberty. This edition is dated December 1, 2019.
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Wichita should consider discarding the water plant contract in order to salvage its reputation and respect for process.
For the Wichita metropolitan area in October 2019, the labor force is up, the number of unemployed persons is down, the unemployment rate is down, and the number of people working is up when compared to the same month one year ago. Seasonal data shows small increases in labor force and jobs from September.
Employment fell and the labor force rose, both by small amounts, in Kansas in October 2019 compared to the prior month. Kansas continues to perform well in year-over-year growth when compared to the nation.
Is the name of the new Wichita baseball team important? Yes, as it provides insight.
Dr. Theodore Bolema spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on the topics of net neutrality and regulation of the internet.
In an index ranking counties in talent attraction, Sedgwick County has not performed well.
The Wichita city council will consider reforms to the consent agenda.
Wichita personal income grew at a faster rate in 2018.
Federal revenues for 2019 were up, but spending increased by a larger amount, resulting in a higher deficit.
Wichita has amenities that are promoted as creating an uncommonly superior quality of life here, but many are commonplace across the country.
Economic indicators in the states, an interactive visualization.
Examining changes in GDP and industry contribution in Kansas.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Speakers promoting the saving of the Century II Convention and Performing Arts Center in downtown Wichita.
In the second quarter of 2019, the Kansas economy grew at the annual rate of 2.2 percent, up from a revised -1.1 percent the previous quarter.
Using demographically-adjusted scores, Kansas falls in state rankings of National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).