June 15, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Rich States Poor States

Kansas has lost 5,500 private-sector jobs in 2023, rest of the region gains

Kansas is the only state in the region that has lost private-sector jobs so far in 2023 according to statistics…

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U. S. Census data details Kansas population loss

78 Kansas counties lost population between 2020 and 2022, with the remaining 27 posting gains, according to demographic data from…

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Kansas falls farther behind in annual Rich States, Poor States report

Kansas’ mediocre economic growth over the last decade, coupled with a domestic-migration population loss over the same period, has driven…

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RSPS: Kansas is in bottom half of state economic performance

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly ranks in the bottom half of governors nationally, but according to the American Legislative Exchange Council,…

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Rich States, Poor States: Kansas is #39

Just a few years ago, Kansas was ranked #20 in economic performance in the annual Rich States, Poor States publication…

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Damaging COVID response, taxes top concerns of Kansas businesses

Kansas business owners believe the state’s COVID response damaged the economy more than necessary, according to an annual poll commissioned…

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Kiplinger: Kansas is the 3rd worst state for retiree taxes

Kansas is the third-worst state to retire from a tax perspective, according to Kiplinger’s, a personal finance magazine. Only Nebraska…

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Kansas’s economic outlook falls to bottom half nationally, annual study suggests

Kansas, once ranked in the top 15 in the annual Rich States, Poor States study, dropped to 27th place this…

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Kansas Ranks Below 47 Other States in Public Employees per Capita

Kansas may not be rich in beachfront property or skyscrapers, but the Sunflower State has more government employees per 10,000…

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