Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is sticking to his talking points. In a rare, informal conversation with Statehouse reporters late last week, Brownback said the results of the recent primary election aren’t causing him to re-think his positions on tax cuts, school finance or Medicaid expansion. Jim McLean sat in on the discussion and filed this report.
Jim McLean is a reporter for the KHI News Service in Topeka and a partner with Kansas Public Radio in an effort to keep an eye on Kansas policies and policymakers.
Brownback Stands by Tax Cuts Despite Election Losses
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says the results of the recent primary election showed that Kansas voters are angry. But he says their anger at him and the conservative Republicans who have controlled the Legislature for the last several years is misdirected. More from Statehouse reporter Jim McLean.