First of all, I would contest the notion that an experience in a small rural state maps to the…
Kady M.
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I live in Kansas City, Missouri and for the past two years, I’ve seen ALL of the good jobs move to Kansas City, Kansas (Olathe and Lenexa). Kansas’s unemployment rate is a full 2% lower than Missouri’s. This year, Kansas will have a huge budget surplus. While Missouri is still trying to find areas to cut.

If The Brookings Institution is going to peddle a lie, why use Kansas? It’s so easily disprovable.

Every economic indicator shows Kansas leading the country today. Yes, there was a bit of pain when this all rolled out, but today things are looking very good for Kansas.

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