Jonathan Williams, chief economist at American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss what ALEC does, and then topics specific to Kansas.
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In Rich States, Poor States, Kansas improves its middle-of-the-pack performance, but continues with a mediocre forward-looking forecast.
What can the rest of the nation learn from our experience in Kansas? Come to think of it, why haven't we learned much?
Here are highlights from Voice for Liberty for 2016. Was it a good year for the principles of individual liberty, limited government, economic freedom, and free markets in Wichita and Kansas?
A new report details the way state pension funds harm workers and taxpayers through cronyism.
What did the nation's governors tell their constituents this year?
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Jonathan Williams of ALEC helps us understand what's right -- and wrong -- with Kansas.
Jonathan Williams, Vice President in charge of the Center for State Fiscal Reform at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), spoke on “A National Perspective on Kansas Fiscal Policy.”
Kansas Center for Economic Growth, often cited as an authority by Kansas news media and politicians, is not the independent and unbiased source it claims to be.
In Rich States, Poor States, Kansas continues with middle-of-the-pack performance, and fell sharply in the forward-looking forecast.
A bill requiring teachers union to stand for retention elections each year would be good for teachers, students, and taxpayers.
Jonathan Williams of American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) explains the goals of ALEC, changes to Kansas tax policy and the results, and the effects of state taxes on charitable giving.
States with higher rates of economic growth grow total charitable giving at a faster rate than states with low rates of economic growth, finds a new report by American Legislative Exchange Council.
To balance the budget, there are many things Kansas lawmakers could do other than raising taxes.
The Wichita Eagle prints several stories that ought to cause readers to question the reliability of its newsroom. Wichita voters pass a marijuana law that conflicts state law. Performance of the Kansas economy. Finally, some unexplained results in the way people vote.
In Rich States, Poor States, Kansas continues with middle-of-the-pack performance, and fell in the forward-looking forecast for the second year in a row.
A useful contribution of Twitter to society is to reveal how little some people actually know about their causes.