Nearly 160 Kansas aviation leaders assembled in Wichita last week, renewing a call for more favorable tax policies and the elimination of unnecessary regulations that could hamper the industry. Those sentiments were expressed during an Economic Summit held April 25 at the National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT). The summit, titled “Kansas Aviation: Soaring into the Future,” was the first of a number of meetings that Gov. Sam Brownback (R) has planned to delve into economic issues ...
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