Broad-based Economic Development Will Work Best for Kansas

Alan Cobb of Americans For Prosperity — Kansas argues that instead of micro-management of economic development efforts, Kansas should aim for a businesses climate that’s good for everyone. See Yes, but it’s only $1.3 billion.

We should heed this advice locally in Wichita.

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