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I am so proud of our city leaders for voting to keep bus service and not decrease it. I have never ridden our buses, but it was the right and honorable thing to do for our citizens who need buses.
Let’s make the bus system in Wichita world-class. Instead of a quarter-cent sales tax, how about a half cent? Ridership is bound to rise with the price of fossil fuel going up and up.
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Cut the bus system, and do not cut any funds for street maintenance. Our streets are really bad.
Why should the entire population have to pay for the few who need the buses to go see their parole officer or can’t drive because of poor decisions?
Investing in the public library is like investing in eight-track tape technology.
Our Kansas legislators failed to get their job done in the prescribed legislative time frame. They shouldn’t be rewarded with overtime pay to now work in an extended legislative session.
Let an outside source redraw the district boundaries, and eliminate a third of them in both houses. That would save dollars for the state and citizens.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax-cut plan is pure genius. By the time the state incurs a $2 billion deficit from this tax cut for the wealthy, Brownback’s term will be up. No doubt a Democrat will win the election, and the massive debt can be blamed on the incoming governor.
POTUS – President Obama thinks us stupid.
Only someone who thinks he’s a king would be so paranoid as to ban cellphones at his fundraisers.
Congratulations to Jeff Turner and his team for their great recovery of the Spirit AeroSystems campus and facilities, for getting the workforce back to work in a timely manner, and for taking care of our customers’ schedule. A true class act.
What happened to graduation being an event of respect where attendees dressed and acted appropriately? Schools should require proper attire or not allow entrance out of respect for the graduates. Shame on irresponsible adults.
After 35 years of clinical social work, I can understand the reluctance of a teacher to report suspected abuse. Some situations were not even investigated. One excuse was that if the child no longer had bruises, authorities wouldn’t have a court case. Several parents knew who reported, and intimidated or threatened the reporter.