Last year, the Kansas Legislature ended the “glide path to zero.” The next step is a fully-funded school formula, wrote Duane Goossen in last week’s column.
In this month’s column, Duane Goossen noted that Kansas learned from its mistakes with tax cuts… right before Congress made the same mistakes.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen wondered if the tax plans being floated by the White House and Congress will repeat–or learn from–the mistakes made in Kansas.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen asked if Kansas’ tax “roller coaster” has finally come to a stop.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen argued that it’s high time Kansas stop the “ticker” and expand Medicaid.
Duane Goossen took on the tall tale of government “overspending” in last week’s column.
With Gov. Brownback’s probable departure to take a new job, the IK crew took the opportunity to share our thoughts on his legacy.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen argued that Kansas’ Congressional delegation should learn from this state’s own experience with tax cuts and vote “no” on the Trump budget proposal.
Duane calls upon the Kansas Legislature to override Governor Brownback’s vetoes, in his latest column.
Duane Goosen gave this recent presentation at Emporia State University.