In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis reviewed what we know and what we don’t about Kansas politics, 2018
In last week’s column, Michael Smith argued that good candidates are more important to Democrats’ success than is strategic voting or “moving to the center.”
The state’s highways will begin to show their wear now that the highway fund is nearly depleted, wrote Duane Goossen in last week’s column.
The new school funding report and other developments show that the Kansas Legislature just keeps digging holes this session, wrote Mark Peterson in last week’s column.
…so argues Duane Goossen in this new report.
With sales taxes sky-high and the legislature in no mood to revisit the income tax, the legislature may be tempted to take a look at the property tax again, wrote Ed Flentje in last week’s column.
Kansas revenues are finally on the rebound, but estimated growth still falls well short of needs… in last week’s column, Burdett Loomis considers “bets and bongs” as some outside-the-box ideas for additional state monies.
In Michael Smith’s column last week, he discussed the Democrats’ stand on grocery taxes and earmarks–and what it all means.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen suggested a new agenda for a new governor– starting with Medicaid expansion.
Mark Peterson considered the possibilities for winnowing the field of gubernatorial candidates in last week’s column.