The Securities and Exchange Commission found that Kansas mislead bond investors. It ordered the state to implement reforms, which it has.
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Kansas has forked over millions in tax breaks since 2009, but new research says it has been ineffective at accomplishing its main goal: Creating new jobs.
The results are in, and the news isn’t good: Kansas continues to plummet in state spending transparency rankings, and it barely squeaked by with a grade of D-minus, according to a report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group.
Opponents of a bill targeted at reducing the cost of acquiring public documents say it will eliminate a necessary revenue stream for many Kansas government entities.
News coverage and reaction to the Kansas school finance lawsuit Luke Gannon, et al v. State of Kansas.
As the Kansas Legislature begins its 2014 session today, citizens who want to keep track of the happenings have these resources available.
In a recent study of economic freedom in North America, Kansas ranked in the middle of the pack nationwide, but trails most surrounding states.
It’s over, done, finalized, finito. With the final days and hours of 2013 ticking to a close, we figured it’s a good time for reflection on what the last 12 months have brought the Sunflower State.
A new report from the Heritage Foundation says Obamacare premiums are significantly higher in Kansas compared to average rates before the rollout of the new health care law.
The issue of third-party money involvement in Kansas elections has been a concern to many. Kansas Watchdog reports and draws the map.
Today: Watchdog reporter at Pachyderm; Kansas senators vote for cronyism; Koch = big oil?; Economic freedom; We aren't Greece ... yet.
Today: When government pays, government controls; The moral case for capitalism; Moran to address Pachyderms; Funding pet projects without earmarks; Harm of taxes; Role of prices.
The Sedgwick County Commission has decided to give a consortium of South Central Kansas governments and organizations broad control over community planning funded by a federal grant and based on a United Nations agenda.
Occupy Koch Town protesters show no concern for facts or reason in their politically-motivated attack on Koch Industries, capitalism, and human progress.
Members of a Kansas joint committee expressed concern that a forensic audit of the Kansas Bioscience Authority was not broad enough and that deliberate deletion of data from a KBA computer left questions unanswered.
Today: Year in review, Wichita Liberty-style; Patriots New Years Eve; Legislators to hear from citizens; California’s redevelopment nightmare to end; Growth will heal nation's economy; Assumptions about capitalism; Resources on Austrian economics; Cato University.
Today: Boeing tanker and Wichita; Wichita school dress code; Kansas legislator briefing book; Velvet Revolution voice has died; Open records in Wichita; Cellulosic ethanol; Overcriminilization; Stevens, Pachyderm President, honored; Occupiers and crony capitalism.
Today: Wichita City Council; Crony capitalism; Kansas pensions; Global economics to be discussed in Wichita; Progress, or not; Business and politics.
Today: Government job creation; Wichita City Council; Kansas tax plans; Repealer on tour; Sowell: And then what will happen?; Zuckerman on Obama; The fall of California; Public Sector Inc.; Markets and trade help all.
Today: Wichita city leaders too cozy with developers?; Obama economic strategy questioned; Public vs. private; Kansas tax policy; Petition drive is on; Kansas education scores mixed; 'Federalists' author to appear in Wichita; Kansas gas wells appraisals; Lieutenant Governor in Wichita; Urban renewal.