April 14, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: KPI

Senate bill would remove onerous license requirements on ‘sugaring’

If all goes well this legislative session Bryn Green, of Hays, will be able to earn a living without having…

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Responsible Kansas Budget would control spending

As the Kansas Legislature weighs Governor Kelly’s budget proposals during the current session, the Kansas Policy Institute — which owns…

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New school board members need permission to attend KASB conference

The Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) annual convention kicks off this weekend, but newly-elected school board candidates need permission…

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KDHE rejects request for COVID death certificate info

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment last week rejected a Kansas Open Records Act request submitted by the Kansas…

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Kansas is being bombarded with unemployment fraud

Dave Trabert, the CEO of Kansas Policy Institute, was surprised to learn that he was a victim of unemployment fraud. …

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Kansas Justice Institute, Sandbar owner sue over unconstitutional curfew

LAWRENCE, Kan. — A curfew forcing the Sandbar and other bars to stop serving alcohol at 11 p.m. due to…

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Florida education reform film coming to Kansas

Florida students are making gains in reading and math at a faster rate than the national average as well as…

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KU Hard Pressed to Explain 42% One-Year Bump in Athletic Salaries

Although coaching salaries are paid out of a separate budget, non-coaching salaries in a university’s athletic department are not. Tax…

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FL Reaps Better Educational Achievement than KS for Less Money

Florida spends significantly less per pupil on education, but that didn’t stop its students from outperforming Kansas students on the…

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Only One-Third of Public School Eighth Graders Proficient in Math

Two-thirds, or 67 percent, of American public school eighth graders aren’t proficient in math, according to the 2017 National Assessment…

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Read Their Lips: No Tax Increase in Kansas

Leaders in both the Kansas House and Kansas Senate say increasing taxes to pay a Kansas Supreme Court-imposed ransom to…

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Sen. Caryn Tyson Joins Growing GOP Crowd for Kansas 2nd

In a remarkable bit of journalistic restraint, Jonathan Shorman of the Wichita Eagle reported the announcement by conservative Sen. Caryn…

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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…

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Kansas Justice Institute

KJI to Assist Citizens in School Funding, Other Liberty Issues

The Kansas Justice Institute, or KJI, will assist citizens in litigating property tax issues, private property issues and civil asset forfeiture,…

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