Thursday, April 02, 2020

Massive Unemployment Confronts Kansas As Coronavirus Pandemic Worsens

Today's update with the Guv acknowledges that Sunflower State residents aren't getting the help they need. Read more:

Governor Kelly promises help for state's unemployed, Kansas is up to 552 cases of coronavirus

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) - Governor Laura Kelly says the state is working to improve service for those seeking unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic. "To every Kansan who has hit a wall, please know we're doing everything we can to improve services," she said during a briefing in Topeka Thursday afternoon.


Anonymous said...

Lazy bums, they should go get jobs

Anonymous said...


Amazingly, no one seemed to notice when the sign language interpreter went off script and began telling one-liners!!!

Byron Funkhouser said...

9:33, GO TO HELL.

Anonymous said...

That’s funny right there! And it’s even more funny that that dumbass bLIEron got his whittle feelings upset, poor baby! Hahaha!

Anonymous said...

Brilliant move to shutdown middle of nowhere kansas where the likelihood of of a mass infection is close to zero.

Why dont we have those at more than a slight risk quarantine?