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.