Recently Kansas Policy Institute, along with Americans for Prosperity and Kansas Chamber of Commerce, held a series of briefings for candidates for the Kansas Legislature.
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The endless litigation over school funding places the state at risk of being able to a balance of a competitive tax climate and providing for the essential services required outside of the K-12 education system, writes Alan Cobb of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.
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?
From Kansas Policy Institute and the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, a new website with facts about the Kansas budget, economy, and schools.
Mike O'Neal, President of Kansas Chamber of Commerce, spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on October 9, 2015. His topic was "The Kansas Budget and Taxes: The 2015 Legislative Session and Looking Ahead to the 2016 Legislative Session." This is an audio presentation.
Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute explains that influence may be shifting from media, unions, the education establishment, cities, counties, and school boards to those with different views -- those of limited government and economic freedom that empower citizens, not an expansive government and its beneficiaries.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty Podcasts: Mike O'Neal, who is president and CEO of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, spoke yesterday to the Wichita Pachyderm Club. A large part of his talk was on the topic of Kansas school finance and other education topics. This podcast contains that portion of his speech.
Is "capitalism" and "business" the same thing? Most people would probably answer yes, but that's a mistake.
An event in Wichita will feature all members of the Kansas Congressional delegation.
The issue of third-party money involvement in Kansas elections has been a concern to many. Kansas Watchdog reports and draws the map.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce PAC is supporting challengers to Kansas senators who have voting records contrary to economic freedom and free enterprise.
Most people probably think that local chambers of commerce, since their membership is mostly business firms, support pro-growth policies that embrace limited government and free markets. But that's often not the case.
Today: Wichita downtown sites draw little interest; KPERS; more flexibility for school funds; despite "cuts," spending grows; Sandy Springs a model; states' war for jobs; shale gas to be topic in Wichita; Economics in one lesson this Monday; voters favor cuts, not tax increases to balance budget; here’s the Kansas data.
Today: Shale gas to be topic in Wichita; Wichita City Council this week; Williams on the role of race in economics; spending cuts preferred to taxes; except some prefer taxes; teacher evaluation systems; misguided efforts to improve capitalism.
Yesterday the Kansas Chamber Political Action Committee, an arm of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, released its endorsements for the Kansas Legislature.
When the Kansas Chamber of Commerce recently referred to the need to control Kansas government spending and taxes, a few politicians and newspaper editorial writers embellished what the Chamber actually said in order to make their own political points.