A politically-connected construction firm in Wichita is challenging the award of the contract for building Wichita’s new airport terminal. When the Wichita Wichita City Council makes the decision, it will be impossible or difficult to gauge the impact of campaign contributions and political influence on the process.
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The farm bill contains wasteful spending on energy.
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Senator Chuck Grassley says Attorney General Eric Holder can avoid the constitutional stand-off created by the Department of Justice by ending its stonewalling in the Fast and Furious gun-walking scandal.
Here are the budget bills being considered in the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee on June 14.
They can be viewed individually here
By Noah Garrison, NRDC, and Cara Horowitz, Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment at UCLA School of Law
Installing green roofs and cool roofs in southern California could save consumers more than $211 million in energy bills and reduce em…
Across Kansas editorial writers and candidates for state offices are harshly criticizing the new tax policy passed this year. But we’ve been in the doldrums in Kansas, and reducing taxes is a good first step on the road to recovery for many reasons.
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The Republican candidates for a newly created district in Rutherford County are sparring over whether to debate. Richard Garvin, a college instructor from Smyrna, asked his rival Dawn White, a former kindergarten teacher from Murfreesboro, to a debate before the … Continue reading →