For Kansas in December 2018, a growing labor force and more jobs, but a slightly rising unemployment rate.
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Articles about Kansas, its government, and public policy in Kansas.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Martin Hawver, dean of the Kansas Statehouse press corps. This was recorded January 4, 2019.
Data regarding State of Kansas agency spending presented in an interactive visualization.
Data regarding State of Kansas agency spending presented in an interactive visualization. The source of this data is KanView, the Kansas transparency portal, through its…
Data regarding State of Kansas payments to vendors. The source of this data is KanView, the Kansas transparency portal, through its download center. Data from…
From the office of Kansas House of Representatives Speaker Ron Ryckman, here are committee assignments for the 2019 session of the Kansas Legislature.
For November 2018, a growing labor force and more employment, but growing more slowly from October.
Kansas personal income grew in the third quarter of 2018, but slower than in most states.
Judge Kevin Smith explains some of the problems in the foster care system in Kansas, and what we can do to improve it.
Representative Leo Delperdang joins Bob Weeks to discuss the recent election and the upcoming session of the Kansas Legislature.
A look at some economic development incentive programs in Wichita and Kansas. Second in a series. Tax increment financing (TIF) is prominent in this episode.
Kansas tax receipts by category, presented in an interactive visualization.
For October 2018, an expanding labor force in Kansas, and a slight increase in jobs from September.
A look at some economic development incentive programs in Wichita and Kansas. First in a series.
An interactive visualization of Kansas school salaries by district and category.
In the second quarter of 2018, the Kansas economy grew at the annual rate of 4.7 percent, the seventh-best rate in the nation.
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.
For September 2018, more jobs in Kansas than last September, but fewer than in August.
What is the condition of Kansas highways?