Saturday, February 16, 2019

Rudderless KCK Community College Rewards Employees With Average 11% Raise

For all the talk of a cash starved public education establishment in Kansas, somehow the leadership of Kansas City, Kansas Community College found enough dough in the school's coffers to increase total pay by 11...

Greitens Attorney to House Committee: “There Is No Photograph”

In a lengthy and impressively lucid letter to Rep. Jay Barnes, chairman of the House Special Investigative Committee on the Greitens affair, Attorney Ed Dowd writes, "This matter is almost entirely about the alleged...

2 Docs, 2 Pastors, 2 CEOs, 1 Sheriff Included in Diverse 2018 Leadership Kansas...

The Kansas Chamber of Commerce does not list the age, race, sex, religion, or ethnicity of the 40 members of its 2018 Leadership Kansas class. True, this nationally recognized program is charged with "developing...

KFL Slams Star Coverage of Daleiden Event

"This is the absolutely worst newspaper article I have EVER read as far as it being a representation of the event or people key to the event that was supposedly 'covered,'" said Kansans for...

Tax Foundation Director Talks ‘Trump Windfall’ with Senate Committee

An economist at the Tax Foundation told the Kansas Senate Taxation committee states can lose competitive edge if they don’t tweak tax policy related to the 'Trump Windfall.' “Sometimes standing still means you’re falling behind,”...
Wichita

ABC News Spotlights Wichita’s Response to Trump Speech

ABC News visited Wichita as part of its "Listening to America" series. The tour seeks to share how Americans feel about the country's direction. The national news organization visited the city, nicknamed the Emerald City, to...

Quick Facts on the Kansas Budget

Kansas lawmakers hoisted a $1.2 billion tax increase on taxpayers last session, but they piled on new spending, too. The two-year budget lawmakers passed in 2017 leaves the budget out of balance by 2020. Legislators won't...

JoCo Boosts Big Box Appraisal 85% in Single Year, Retailers See Red

Dark Store Showdown: Executives Back Bus over JoCo Tax Assessments Johnson County is ground zero in “dark store theory” controversy, an ongoing legal and legislative debate about how commercial real estate is assessed. Business executives and a commercial...

Planned Parenthood to ‘Pink Out’ Statehouse for Medicaid Expansion

Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, is asking its allies to wear pink and attend a rally for KanCare expansion on Wednesday. The organization is also asking its supporters to plan to attend a...

Cap-J Headline Confuses on Procurement Bill

The House K-12 Education Budget Committee heard testimony on a bill that would require school districts to use strategic sourcing to acquire things like fuel and technology. The headline: "Kansas Bill Would Require State...

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