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    KC Star ignores reality in its push for higher corporate taxes

    The Kansas City Star says “there is now growing evidence that corporate taxes are too low in Kansas,” because corporate income tax collections for the first two months of the fiscal year were 27%...

    Goddard school lawsuit raises ethics concern

    Following the announcement of a lawsuit against vaping manufacturers Juul at a press conference, a journalist asked Goddard Superintendent Justin Henry, “I noticed a lawyer with the law firm shares your last name. Are...

    Salina to build “Cadillac” gun range, despite redundancy of service nearby

    The city of Salina is building the “Cadillac” of law enforcement training facilities, even though the Kansas Highway Patrol’s primary training campus is in the same community, and the state’s premier law enforcement training...

    71% of property tax appeals reduced excessive valuations

    Many Kansans believe their property is overvalued by the county assessor, and the results of property tax appeals before the regular division of the Board of Tax Appeals (BOTA) supports their concern.  The Sentinel’s...
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