Economic Freedom

senior oil industry worker and manager

For decades, Kansas policies have resulted in lost population and jobs to other states. Now, current efforts to reform state tax and spending policies are having measurable success:

  • New business filings are up dramatically
  • State unemployment has dropped to 4.9%
  • Private sector jobs are at an all-time high
  • Despite dire predictions that Kansas would be $1 billion in the red this year, the state’s yearly ending balance was a very healthy $434 million dollars.

Kansas should be a low-tax state with a non-invasive regulatory environment.

We need more taxpayers, not more and higher taxes.

To read about how Kansas’ poverty rate is declining, click here.