A recent agreement by the governments of Missouri and Kansas to end their economic development border war was cheered across the country, including in this recent piece in The Hill. Specifically, the two states agreed no longer to use economic development subsidies to lure employers back and forth across state line - at least in the Kansas City metro area.
Monday, December 09, 2019
Kansas City Corporate Welfare Ignites Economic Border War Redux
Fact is, the truce was a fugazi to begin with . . . For insomniacs, here's a late night policy read that exposes local news propaganda and reminds us that fighting over money NEVER stops in Kansas City or anywhere else in the world. Read more: