How To Save Incredible Shrinking Kansas?!?

 NOBODY wants to live in Kansas. 

We think this doesn't speak well for current political leadership on both sides of the aisle.

Meanwhile, here's a peek at conservative "solutions" that sound more like an other sketchy economic experiment rather than a real plan . . .

Is tax reform needed to halt the exodus when the Kansas Legislature returns to work in 2023?

Alan Cobb with the Kansas Chamber of Commerce says “Yes”:

“We are the only state in our region that lost population.

“We need more people moving into our state and fewer people leaving.  Economic opportunity drives migration.  Sound tax policy and a regulatory policy that encourages growth should be at the top of the policy list.  These are changes that the Kansas Legislature and the Kansas Governor should support.”

Read more via link . . .

Kansas loses population while neighboring states gain - The Sentinel

Kansas is one of 18 states to see a decline in population between July 2021 and July 2022, according to the Census Bureau. The Sunflower State is alone in population loss in the region. The closest Midwestern state on the list is Illinois. Negative domestic migration, or more U.S.