Yesterday the Kansas Chamber Political Action Committee, an arm of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, released its endorsements for the Kansas Legislature. Continue reading Kansas Chamber makes legislative endorsements
Larry J. Sabato, who is director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, is a respected analyst of national who publishes Sabato’s Crystal Ball, an informative look at campaigns and races around the country.
In the most recent issue Sabato takes a look at 2010 gubernatorial races and concludes that “There’s now no question that the gubernatorial turnover in November will be historic.” He estimates that Republicans will add six or seven states to the count of those states with Republican governors Continue reading Kansas Democrats described as ‘imploding’
Wichita State University economist John Wong has produced a study showing that while an increase in the Kansas sales tax would kill jobs, it would result in less net job loss than a reduction in state spending. This differs from an earlier study which finds much greater job loss. Continue reading Kansas sales tax study criticized
News from alternative media around Kansas for March 22, 2010. Continue reading Kansas news digest
Wednesday’s meeting of the Kansas Senate Assessment and Taxation Committee heard testimony on SB 567, which would increase taxes on drinks sweetened with sugar. At the next day’s meeting, the bill didn’t advance out of committee. Continue reading Kansas sugar tax testimony heard, bill doesn’t advance
News from alternative media around Kansas for March 16, 2010. Continue reading Kansas news digest
Kansas Liberty is reporting that an email message making the rounds is based on incorrect and misleading information. Continue reading Kansas school funding email confuses, misleads