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Kansas Senate Leadership needs to answer for KBA protection

April 15, 2011 J

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First the good news.

Kansas Bioscience Authority (“KBA”) C.E.O. Tom Thornton resigned under pressure today.

Much credit goes to Gov. Sam Brownback and especially Sen. Susan Wagle who brought to public attention a slew of conflict of interest and other inappropriate behavior by Thornton and others at the KBA.

It is of little surprise the Johnson County District Attorney’s office is investigating the KBA.

Wagle is totally vindicated and Kansas taxpayers owe her a big debt of gratitude.

Now the bad news.
 

Kansas Tea Parties

April 13, 2011 J

We're starting to get word of numerous tea party rallies taking place across Kansas next month. If you have information about other events going on in your area, please pass them along to infoks@afphq.org.

Hutchinson -- 4pm to 9pm on Thursday, April 14 at the Hutchinson Sports Arena

Wamego -- 11:02am on Friday, April 15 at Wamego City Park. Bean soup and cornbread will be served.

Topeka -- Saturday, April 16 in the parking lot of Fairlawn Plaza Mall (21st and Fairlawn).

You’re invited to the “Not Yours To Take” rally April 28 in Topeka

April 12, 2011 J

Tea Party Rallies
There are a number of tea party rallies going on around the state this month. AFP-Kansas is helping to sponsor the Capital City Tea Party Rally this Saturday, April 16 in the parking lot of Fairlawn Plaza Mall. Join us at noon on Saturday for a Patriot Fest, featuring a special salute for veterans and for police and firefighters.

Here are details about other tea party events going on around the state:

Hutchinson – 4 pm to 9 pm on Thursday, April 14 at the Hutchinson Sports Arena

AFP-Kansas newsletter: Veto session policy luncheon, April tea parties, local meetings and more

April 08, 2011 J

Policy Luncheon
Americans for Prosperity-Kansas and Kansas Policy Institute invite you to a policy luncheon featuring Dr. Barry Poulson at 11:30am Wednesday, April 27 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka. Dr. Poulson will discuss “A Comprehensive Reform of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System” and will outline several reforms already being implemented in other states with a similar pension situation.

Barry Poulson Policy Luncheon

April 07, 2011 J

Americans for Prosperity-Kansas and Kansas Policy Institute invite you to a policy luncheon featuring Dr. Barry Poulson on Wednesday, April 27 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka. Dr. Poulson will discuss “A Comprehensive Reform of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System” and will outline several reforms already being implemented in other states with a similar pension situation.

There is no charge to attend, but registration is required so we can plan accordingly. Click here to register now.

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