Friday, February 13, 2015

Unable to rev up voters in November, Kansans now turn to damage control

Republican Sam "Mr.  Sunshine" Brownback beat Democrat Paul Davis by a margin of 33,052 votes.

Kansans form group to urge legislators to fund core state services.  (Osage County News, 2/12/2015)
A broad-based group of Kansas organizations have formed a coalition calling for the restoration of state revenue to protect the economic stability of Kansas and its communities. The 35 member organizations of Rev Up Kansas have joined together to advocate for tax fairness to maintain the quality of life in the Kansas communities and support businesses.

Other Kansas tax cut debacle posts:
How desperate and foolish is Kansas Governor Sam Brownback?  (2/10/2015)
A Washington Times exercise in myopia.  (1/5/2015)
Dear Governor Brownback, a "real-live experiment" in red-state governance isn't going to reverse a 120-year trajectory.  (12/25/2014)
Dueling Headlines, or, Just because Sam Brownback says it, doesn't mean it's so.  (12/20/2014)
KC Healthy Kids needs to work on its timing.  (12/20/2014) 
Sam Brownback: "The sun is shining in Kansas and don't let anyone tell you different."  (12/11/2014)
Why it's probably best not to be in Kansas anymore.  (12/11/2014)
So....does this make Sam Brownback a liar?  (12/10/2014)
Scott Walker takes his tax cut cues from Sam Brownback.  (11/13/2014)
Scott Walker, Sam Brownback, and Rick Scott: The comeback copycats.  (10/25/2014)
Governors Sam Brownback and Scott Walker use the same playbook.  (9/15/2014)
You don't have to inhale deeply to catch a whiff of Wisconsin here.  (9/15/2014)
It's not a pretty picture for Kansas Governor Sam Brownback.  (7/18/2014)
As Kansas becomes increasingly irrelevant, a goofy sideshow.  (2/14/2014)

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