Testimony in Support of SCR 1604 - Lowering Sales Tax on Food

This is the testimony we are entering in support of SCR 1604, a resolution to lower the sales tax on food and food ingredients, and include it in the Kansas Constitution. You can download a copy of our testimony here.

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Taxes, schools, and health, oh my

If you've been paying even the slightest attention to politics in the past few months, you're dizzy from your head spinning so much. Between national and local news, broad challenges to civil and human rights, pointed attacks on women's health or transgender children, and a confusing array of competing proposals to fix Kansas, it can be overwhelming. Let us try to sort it out for you.

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What just happened in the Senate?

What just happened?

In a surprise move that feels more than a little bitter, the Kansas Senate has adjourned today without working any of the bills we discussed previously.

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Buckle up: Revenue debate begins

Get ready for some politics.

Starting at 8 am today, the first salvo in the Kansas budget fight will be fired. It’s… complicated, but here is the gist.

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Down to Business

This week at the Kansas Legislature, the rubber is finally hitting the road, though there's a giant elephant in the room that might derail everything.

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Testimony in support of HB 2064 - The Bridge to KanCare

This is the written testimony we are delivering at the hearing on HB 2064 in Topeka on Tuesday, February 7. We are supporting the expansion of KanCare to cover 150,000 more Kansans. You can download our testimony here.

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Testimony in support of HB 2237 - The Rise Up tax plan

This is the written testimony we are delivering at the hearing on HB 2237 in Topeka on Tuesday, February 7. We are supporting the non-partisan Rise Up tax plan. You can download our testimony here.

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Testimony in opposition to SB 37 - Sec. Kobach's Two-tier Voting Scheme

This is the written testimony we are delivering at the hearing on SB 37 in Topeka on Tuesday, February 7. We are opposing Secretary Kris Kobach's bid to create an unconstitutional two-tier voting system in Kansas. You can download our testimony here.

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Testimony supporting repeal of campus carry - SB53 and HB2074

This is the testimony delivered by MainStream at hearings on campus carry repeal bills, SB53 in the Senate Committee on Federal and State Affairs, and HB 2704 in the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs.

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ALERT - Urge the House Committee to pass repeal of campus carry

You've sent hundreds of emails to the Kansas Senate Committee on Federal and State Affairs, asking for their support in repealing the campus carry provisions in Kansas law. Now, it is time to work on the Kansas House of Representatives.

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