Thursday, September 21, 2017

The TKC Missouri & Kansas Run-Down

Lots of Missouri & Kansas news out there that SORT OF impacts Kansas City but not really. As always, we still wanted to share and offer this quick lost of stories to watch.


Prez Trump Heartland Money Talk

Kansas City's tax-reform experiment: What went right - and very wrong

Nearly five years ago the state of Kansas underwent what was dubbed a real live "experiment" in tax reform when Republican Gov. Sam Brownback enacted a tax package that brought down personal income-tax rates and also eliminated income tax for pass-through entities. These included LLCs, S-corps, partnerships, farms and sole proprietorships.

Show-Me Riot Report Card

St. Louis Protests: Gov. Greitens' Campaign Promises Face Tough Test As More Rallies Planned

ST. Louis, MO - During Eric Greitens' campaign bid for Missouri governor, he said peace could've come about "by the second night" if a governor with a calm and commanding presence had intervened in the violent protests in Ferguson following the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.

Kansas Democratic Party Divisions Deepen

Ouster petition aimed at Kansas Democratic Party official exposes raw internal conflicts

TOPEKA - Months of feuding in the Kansas Democratic Party burst into view with a rare effort to oust a top party official accused of a conflict of interest and evolved into a caustic war of words among the party's most influential politicians and special-interest groups.

A.G. Above The Law???

Ruling in Hawley voting probe doesn't clear air over residency questions

JEFFERSON CITY * A mid-Missouri election official has cleared Attorney General Josh Hawley of any potential voting irregularities in his county, but questions of where exactly the Republican is required to live remain unresolved.

Chicken Plant Scratched

State Officials Hope To Find Another Kansas Site For Tyson Chicken Plant

State officials are hoping to keep a new Tyson Foods chicken plant in Kansas after the company put on hold plans to build the $300 million facility in Leavenworth County. Tyson is looking at other locations in Kansas and other states after public outcry and a local decision to back away from promised incentives.

Unconstitutional Tiger Gun Control

MU accused of retaliating against law professor who wants to carry a gun on campus

A University of Missouri law professor who wants to carry a gun on campus says the university is retaliating against him for challenging its gun prohibition as unconstitutional. Two years ago, Royce de R. Barondes sued the UM System Board of Curators and the system president claiming that policies prohibiting guns on the Columbia campus violated state statute on guns and the Missouri Constitution.

Show-Me Sen. Claire Crusade Against Creepers With Support From Troops
The military may soon consider revenge porn a criminal act
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's certainly understandable that the University Of Kansas would want to change their official logo and try to disassociate themselves from the bankrupt quagmire they have the misfortune to be located in.

Now all they need to do is officially change their name to "KU" and they should avoid being a laughingstock as far as they possibly can.