This year the legislature approve a bill that will lead to longer prison sentences for offenders convicted of committing financial securities fraud against anyone over the age of 60. This is a huge step in the right direction to protect our seniors from consumer fraud and abuse.
More money in the hands of the private sector through tax cuts means more money for Kansas families to save and invest in a growing economy. This will ultimately continue to create jobs, encourage investment and boost consumer confidence.
The Kansas school funding bill was a huge win for Johnson County schools. We are maintaining quality education, increasing funding to schools and giving each school district more local control. The future of Kansas students and teachers is bright.