Every few weeks I feel it’s important to return to the ongoing disaster in Sam Brownback’s Kansas. It doesn’t get nearly as much play as it should in the media, which is unfortunate because Kansas’ experience is definitive proof of the failure of supply-side, Laffer-curve-based economic theory. 491 more words
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What just happened in Kansas vindicates school finance advocates who argue for the role of the judiciary to protect the rights of our children. Sam Brownback, the governor of Kansas, and the Kansas legislature have been experimenting with radical tax cuts for several years now. 712 more words
TOPEKA — Kansas’ state universities are calling for tuition increases of up to 5 percent, at least for now.
The schools submitted their tuition proposals Wednesday to the governing… 458 more words
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – Governor Sam Brownback on Wednesday announced statewide cuts in order to balance the Kansas budget.
Ever since the legislature went home without balancing the budget and left the job to the governor, we’ve known he would need to cut something. 461 more words