Sen. Sam Brownback today promised lower taxes and reduced regulation for business if he is elected governor.
He said he plans to create an “office of the repealer” to target outdated or ineffective regulations.
He also said he will create a citizen advisory panel to recommend deletion of state laws and regulations.
Brownback vowed to continue the now 10-year fight to win Boeing a contract to build the next generation of Air Force tanker planes.
He said he plans to pursue allegations that the government of Brazil is violating international trade agreements by subsidizing Brazillian planemaker Embraer.
The economic provisions are part of the first of several major policy statements Brownback will be issuing as part of his campaign “Road Map for Kansas.”