A CEO explains: 'I can’t...continue to give our tax money to a government that actively works against the needs of its citizens.'
Maybe the Kochs aren't the right people to dictate public policy!
Marguerite Roza, director of the Edunomics Lab, which explores education finances, said it is rare for states to do midyear budget cuts.
Brownback said his decision to sign around a dozen “pro-life bills” is part of the reason that his state is growing. Even though it isn't.
if a Kansas state official fires an LGBT state employee for that reason, they violate the Constitution — even if a state has an executive order in place banning the practice.
Last April, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported that Kensinger was the subject of a federal probe for influence peddling at the Capitol.
All this, to reach his promised goal of "zero income taxes."
Kansas could simply have expanded Medicaid to everyone who needed it at no cost to his state, but the Koch-owned state legislators wouldn't allow it.
Sam Brownback's dismal showing in a Republican primary this week, where he carried only 63% of the vote despite being an incumbent governor, gave rise to one of the more creative bits of excuse-making heard in a while: it's Obama's fault. Brownback also trails in some polls against Democrat Paul Davis. BROWNBACK: "I think a big part of it is Barack Obama. That a lot of people are so irritated at what the president is doing, they just, they want somebody to throw a brick." .
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