Kansas’ wide miss was probably a result of wading into uncharted territory with its tax reforms. In addition to cutting income tax rates, Kansas made itself the only state with a general personal-income tax that exempts “pass-through income” from tax.
Business entities like S-corporations and limited liability companies are not taxed at the corporate level; instead, their income is passed through to their owners, who then pay personal income tax on the profits in most states — but not Kansas.
Academic counselor for the women’s basketball team Jan Boxill sends department administrator Deborah Crowder a paper to be graded.Ms. Crowder responds via email: “Did you say a D will do? I’m only asking because 1, no sources, 2, it has absolutely nothing to do with the assignments for that class and 3. it seems to me to be a recycled paper.”Ms. Boxill replies: “Yes, a D will be fine; that’s all she needs."
Most of the books damaged were in the American History section and consisted of biographies of George Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon.
Library workers don't believe the motive was political.
“U.S. consumers are moving back to cities. We have to make sure we have a footprint in that environment,” Target CEO Brian Cornell told Fortune. “If we have an opportunity and we find the right footprint and the right format, we’re going to follow the consumer.” Cornell took the reins in August, replacing Target veteran Gregg Steinhafel.
All locations were selected because of their proximity to public transit.
In his response Wery agreed to check into the bus service question, but asked Mohammad about her involvement in starting a Muslim Student Association group at UW-Green Bay, according to the newspaper.
"I just want to be assured that your group in no way promotes or defends militant Islamic ideology," Wery wrote, asking if Mohammad and the association condemn "terrorist groups such as Hamas," the Press Gazette reported.