Gov. Sam Brownback said he hoped to add about 2,000 private sector jobs a month in Kansas during his second term, but the state has fallen far short of that figure so far in 2015.
Gov. Sam Brownback said he hoped to add about 2,000 private sector jobs a month in Kansas during his second term, but the state has fallen far short of that figure so far in 2015. THAD ALLTON AP
Gov. Sam Brownback said he hoped to add about 2,000 private sector jobs a month in Kansas during his second term, but the state has fallen far short of that figure so far in 2015. THAD ALLTON AP

Yael T. Abouhalkah

May 27, 2015 9:17 AM

Despite Sam Brownback’s pledge, Kansas now trails 44 other states in adding new jobs in 2015

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