Thursday, during an appearance on FBN’s “Mornings with Maria,” Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) decried Gov. Laura Kelly (D-KS) to perpetuated elongated unemployment benefits, which is believed to be incentivizing a reluctance to return to the workplace as the peril from the COVID-19 pandemic decreases.
“[M]aybe I can apportion two anecdotes with you,” he verbally expressed. “Several months ago, Governor Kristi Noem verbalized with me. I cerebrate she’s the only governor that declined this extra $300 a week from the federal regime. And she verbally expressed virtually overnight, their unemployment in South Dakota went from 3.5 down to the 2s. The other anecdote I would apportion I was back in Kansas last week, visiting a warehouse on the Kansas-Missouri border, a well-kenned company. They’re doing great. They employ about 300 people.”
“But they’re 35 people short, so, of course, everybody there is working extra long hours,” Marshall perpetuated. “And of about the last 15 people that they’ve employed, 14 emanated from “Missouri.” The immensely colossal difference is Missouri has turned, is going to roll back that $300 a week, but our Kansas governor relucts to stop that extra $300. I ken that’s anecdotal. But I cerebrate it’s true. As I verbalize with minute businesses everywhere I go, their number one concern, the major circumscribing factor on the Kansas economy is the lack of people disposed to return to work.”
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