Missouri, Kansas could find themselves out of the loop on insurance exchanges
MO Rage notes how Kansas and Missouri's decision to not pursue health insurance exchanges could leave them out of the decision-making process.
Why Missouri shouldn't follow the tax strategy of Kansas
The Huffington Post has an opinion piece on why Missouri shouldn't join Kansas in eliminating the income tax.
Is rhetoric the problem for the GOP?
The Wichita Eagle Blog asks if the Republican Party simply has a problem of rhetoric as former Gov. Mike Huckabee recently suggested.
Automatic minimum wage increases are not effective
Show-Me Daily contends that increasing the minimum wage is not the right course of action for Missouri.
Kansas Court of Appeals attorney fired for Tweeting about Kline
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that Sarah Peterson Herr, a research attorney for Kansas Court of Appeals judge Christel Marquardt, has been fired after making disparaging Tweets about former Johnson County Attorney General Phill Kline.
When did it become cool to get government assistance?
Musings From Brian J. Noggle is bothered by a flyer for a WIC program that seems to be encouraging people to seek out assistance, whether they need it or not.