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Posts tagged as “Corporate welfare”

Wichita not good for small business

When it comes to having good conditions to support small businesses, well, Wichita isn’t exactly at the top of the list, according to a new ranking from The Business Journals.

Wichita economic development: Worth higher taxes?

In this excerpt from WichitaLiberty.TV: Wichita city and business leaders are likely to ask Wichitans to support a higher sales tax in order to support additional economic development efforts. Should Wichitans vote in favor of this?

Wichita City Council makes an uneconomic decision

The Wichita City Council was faced with a decision regarding a program designed to stimulate the sales of new homes. Analysis revealed that even though the city had an opportunity to make an investment with a purportedly high return on investment, it would be better off, dollar-wise, if it did not make the investment.

Your local chamber of commerce: Working for you?

Is your local chamber of commerce supporting pro-growth policies that allow free enterprise and genuine capitalism to flourish, or is it supporting crony capitalism?

Wichita City Council makes an economic decision

The Wichita City Council was faced with a decision regarding a program designed to stimulate the sales of new homes.. Analysis revealed that even though the city had an opportunity to make an investment with a purportedly high return on investment, it would be better off, dollar-wise, if it did not make the investment. What did the city council do?

Change in needed in Wichita

Change is desperately needed in Wichita -- change to allow exceptionalism and end failed economic subsidies.

Starwood calls on Wichita

The usual problems with cronyism and corporate welfare come with economic development incentives offered to Starwood, but there are specific problems, too.

Governing by extortion destroys freedom

Citizens must be persistent and vocal in reminding elected officials of the former or we shall continue to suffer the loss of liberty, writes Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute.

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