September 23, 2023

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.


COVID-19: massive unemployment, except in government

Last week a record 55,428 people filed for unemployment in Kansas, and nationally the number stands at 7.14 million due…

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Commerce Committees hear about barriers in Kansas economy

The Kansas Senate and House Commerce Committee held hearings in Topeka this week on barriers to economic growth in the…

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Changes considered for workers compensation laws

Two bills being considered in the Kansas Legislature are proposing significant changes to the Workers Compensation Laws in the state.…

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WIBW Reports Good Small Business News

Small business owners are optimistic right now, according to the National Federation of Independent Business Index of Small Business Optimism…

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sales tax

House Committee Considers Taxing Personal Services

Should services be taxed? And if so, which services? Lawmakers wrestled with those questions during a House Tax Committee hearing…

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