Kansas Stays Losing Jobs

Recently, a right-wing blog crunched VERY REAL NUMBERS in order to prove a point. 

The economy of the Sunflower State remains stagnant. 

It's uncertain if tax breaks for big biz will help . . . But, in fairness, it'll probably spark more economic activity than fighting over trans toilets. 

Either way . . . Check the data . . . 

"Kansas failed this year to enact a package of personal, business, and food sales tax cuts, as well as a constitutional amendment limiting increases in real property appraisals. The state this year received its lowest score in the Rich States, Poor States survey ranking the economic competitiveness and outlook of states."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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

States surrounding Kansas that have a more tax-friendly environment added between 11,000 and 24,000 private-sector jobs.