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Governor Sam Brownback

Governor Sam Brownback

As the 46th Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback is focused on growing the state's economy and creating jobs through improved regulations, controlled spending and lower taxes. Brownback's efforts have resulted in balanced budgets, targeted incentive programs and historic tax reform, which will save Kansans and small businesses $1.1 billion and create nearly 23,000 new jobs.  Brownback is a former state Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator.  He and his wife, Mary, have five children.

 


Article | December 6, 2016
Kansas: A Picture of Business Success Enhanced by Top-Notch Quality of Life   

By: Governor Sam Brownback

Seeking a location with a superb business climate, infrastructure and quality of life? The state of Kansas is a haven for all of that.


Article | January 8, 2014
Kansas: Vibrant Business Environment in Kansas Helps Companies Flourish   

By: Governor Sam Brownback

Seeking an ideal place to run a business? Check out Kansas, the Sunflower State, where a vibrant business environment prevails.


Article | December 31, 2012
Kansas Appeals to Biosciences Industries in Growing Numbers   

By: Governor Sam Brownback

Strong economic policies, backed by equally strong leadership and initiative, drive the spiraling growth of biosciences industries in Kansas.


Article | August 31, 2012
Kansas: Kansas Anticipates 23,000 New Jobs and a New Energy Boom   

By: Governor Sam Brownback

Kansas continues to reform tax policy, econ. dev. under Brownback Administration, creating more business-friendly environment, jobs.


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