The Kansas side of the state line has actually lost jobs in 2015, hardly what Gov. Sam Brownback had promised after cutting taxes in 2013.
The Kansas side of the state line has actually lost jobs in 2015, hardly what Gov. Sam Brownback had promised after cutting taxes in 2013. File photo
The Kansas side of the state line has actually lost jobs in 2015, hardly what Gov. Sam Brownback had promised after cutting taxes in 2013. File photo

Missouri now gaining more jobs than Kansas in KC area, but don’t tell Gov. Sam Brownback

July 01, 2015 12:15 PM

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