Kansas's general tax cut failed to attract ecomomic activity mostly because the national economic picture is not robust enough to make factories to want to move, or more likely, expand in Kansas.
Most moves aren't "moves" but expansions, but with a 2 1/2% economy, why bother? Moves are expensive and don't increase sales. You expand into cheaper real estate, lower taxes, better infrastructure, proximity to markets to support increasing sales volumes.
We need to reform education because politics is downstream from culture.
Liberal tears may soon beat climate change as the leading cause of rising sea levels.
Sorry, what's a $350 million dollar budget hole to a state like Kansas? How many single Americans have over $350 million? Their unemployment rate was 4.3% as of November.
In other news, perpetually Democrat controlled Detroit filed for bankruptcy in 2013 owing $18-$20 billion!
I had never thought about how more fuel efficient vehicles cut into tax revenue.
And for about the last 15 years I have seen new commercial construction in areas that are already overbuilt...
Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.