The COVID-19 outbreak has not only posed a severe public health risk, but actions to combat it now risk a global economic collapse, writes Michael Austin.
Posts tagged as “Kansas Policy Institute”
An op-ed in the Wichita Eagle regarding school choice prompts uninformed and misinformed comments.
Kansans need of a new way of thinking. They won't get that from a Democrat or Republican as governor, writes Michael Austin, Director of the Sandlian Center for Entrepreneurial Government at the Kansas Policy Institute.
The end of a Sedgwick County Commission election, the *Wichita Eagle* editorializes on school spending and more taxes, and Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell seems misinformed on the Wichita economy.
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.
Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob and Karl to discuss his new book What Was Really the Matter with the Kansas Tax Plan –- The Undoing of a Good Idea.
Tax relief opponents have repeatedly pointed to the 2012 Kansas tax plan as their primary example of why tax cuts do not work. But, other states like North Carolina, Indiana, and Tennessee contemporaneously, and successfully, cut taxes. What was different about the Kansas experience?
James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Karl Peterjohn to discuss Governor Brownback's State of the State Address for 2018. Topics include schools and Medicaid expansion.
Another Kansas legislator explains why raising taxes was necessary. So he says.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn. Topics are the new Kansas school finance bill and the new tax bill.
Kansas Policy Institute Dave Trabert joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss the Kansas economy, budget, and schools.
James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss education in Kansas and the state budget.
A statewide poll finds little support for raising taxes as a way to balance the Kansas budget.
The fifth edition of data on public schools in Kansas is available.
Commissioned by Kansas Policy Institute and written by researchers from Arizona State University, a new report looks at the Kansas economy after the tax reforms passed in 2012.
President-elect Donald Trump should learn from Kansas’s mistake on income-tax reduction -- don’t reduce revenue and increase spending.
A board member of the largest school district in Kansas repeated an untruth that has unfortunate consequences for Kansas schoolchildren.
No one is stealing from KPERS, the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System. But there are related problems.