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.
Posts tagged as “Kansas Supreme Court”
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.
Attorney Richard Peckham joins Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks to discuss judicial selection and other judicial issues in Kansas.
He didn’t participate Wichita Eagle Opinion Line, November 24, 2017: “The kindest word that can be ascribed to State Senator Susan Wagle, when she criticizes…
Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle addressed members and guests of the Wichita Pachyderm Club on November 10, 2017. School finance and the Kansas Supreme Court was a prominent topic.
Kansas school fund balances rose this year, in both absolute dollars and dollars per pupil.
Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks discuss some statistics regarding downtown Wichita and then the Kansas school finance court decision.
Wichita talk radio pioneer Joseph Ashby joins Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks to discuss state and national affairs.
By Karl Peterjohn While it has become increasingly common for members of the U.S. Supreme Court to make news by public comments, particularly during their…
Kansas taxpayers need to have a say in the massive new spending schemes appearing at the statehouse, writes Karl Peterjohn.
Ben Jones of Equal Justice USA and Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty explains issues surrounding the death penalty.
James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss education in Kansas and the state budget.
Explaining to Kansans what the teachers union really means in its public communications.
The merit system of judicial selection in Kansas has sprung a leak, finds the United States Supreme Court.
Kansas Democrats (and some Republicans) are campaigning on some very expensive programs, and they're aren't adding it up for us.
Kansas school fund balances rose significantly this year, in both absolute dollars and dollars per pupil.
Radio show host Andy Hooser visits the KGPT studios to talk about upcoming elections in Kansas and the presidential campaign.
Do the justices on the Kansas Supreme Court make new law? Yes, and here is an example.
Appellate court judges make new law, and Kansas has the most elitist and least democratic supreme court selection system in the country.