Mr. Olson says he voted to "allow businesses to re-open, to restore our economy and get people back to work."
That would be great... if it were true. In fact, Mr. Olson voted "Nay."
Voters, we have a problem. Like when Rob campaigns that he cuts taxes... completely ignoring that many times he has voted to shift the burden or our taxes from big businesses to us through higher sales and property taxes. How much has this cost you over the years?
"That bill was in peril on Friday afternoon until Sen. Rob Olson, R-Olathe, changed his vote to "yes" and provided the ending margin." - The Topeka Capital-Journal (June 12, 2015)