The Kansas state Senate GOP leadership announced that it was killing a religious liberty measure, harpooned for opening the door to anti-gay discrimination.
While this is welcome news, Kansans should keep up the momentum by taking a moment to locate their state senator and contact them (call, snail mail, e-mail, tweet) to inform them to oppose this bill.
AT&T Inc.’s Kansas leader announced Friday his company’s opposition to a Kansas House bill that many say would legalize discrimination against gay couples.
Rep. Jenkins Disgusted with Paycheck Fairness Act
Instead, Kansas’ senior senator pays rent to a family to stay in their home when he’s in Dodge City
Sam Brownback and his allies don’t want moderate voices in the Republican Party, and they celebrate that “they’re no longer around.” Paul Davis has a different approach. If you’re ready for a governor who will welcome you to the table no matter what party you’re in, join the team here! http://bit.ly/1jUb8Ki
For a proclaimed fiscal conservative, Gov. Brownback has a weird way of showing it. First he rammed through a radical tax plan that has been called the worst tax plan in America (http://bit.ly/1bkytN1) and now he’s proposing a two-year budget with a $457 million deficit in an attempt to trick voters into thinking he supports education. (http://bit.ly/1eAaMEa)