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As 2022 began, workers in 21 states saw a rise in their state's minimum wage, with states enacting bumps ranging from cents to dollars per hour. But an increase in the minimum wage in Kansas doesn’t even appear to be on the table and despite tons of COVID relief, in 2021, members of the U.S.…

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Gov. Laura Kelly and legislative leaders unanimously agreed Monday to dedicate $154 million in federal stimulus funding to support economic development with construction of commercial buildings and to improve resources available to low-income students struggling in school.

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TOPEKA — The final report of Gov. Laura Kelly’s racial equity and justice task force calls for repeal of state laws disproportionately preventing families of color from eligibility for full amounts of food stamp and temporary cash assistance under programs financed by the federal government.

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Shifts and pivots are part of the rhythm of business ownership. Independent business owners must innovate in areas where franchises already have a model to follow. They shift into an innovative marketing strategy; pivot to work in balance with changing business models. If you shift and pivot…