Sam Brownback made a commitment in 2011: to serve the state of Kansas as its governor. It was a commitment to all who live in the state, rich and poor alike. But many of Brownback’s promises to the state’s poor residents have been broken.
The ban received a hearing during the regular session, but now anti-choice activists would like to see it receive a vote.
Life in Kansas officially legally begins at fertilization thanks to the governor’s signature on a far-reaching anti-choice bill.
Advancing policies for the benefit of the rich, whilst kicking the poor among us in the teeth, is a mainstay of the Republican Party.
The ACLU has dropped its legal challenge to a Kansas law prohibiting private insurance from covering the cost of abortions.
I am concerned that despite the nation avoiding a Romney Presidency, his fiscal pursuits are alive and well and are being implemented in red states across the nation. The poorest citizens of those states will bear the burden of these policies. No one should go hungry, while others dine at the table of privilege.
Don’t consider it wasted money, Kansas! Consider it an investment in your governor’s career.
When Representative Lance Kinzer introduced the bill he stated, “This is what I did over my summer vacation.” He should have gone to Disney World instead, since he appears to be related to Mickey Mouse.
Governor Brownback , like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, speaks about goals such as reducing childhood poverty while passing laws that actually deepen poverty throughout the state.