Kansas State House of Representatives
Silas Miller is a product of Wichita Public Schools and a USMC Veteran. After serving our Nation, Silas chose to return to Wichita to pursue a cosmetology and barbering education career. Silas and his wife, Bailey, are proud residents of the East Front Neighborhood.
Silas is running for the Kansas House to bring energy and creativity to our state government. The status quo isn’t working for Kansas families.
In the Kansas House, Silas is determined to expand Medicaid, support job training and workforce development, and legalize cannabis.
Training & a Living Wage
Our country was built by those that knew how to build. It was the backbone that created the largest economy, and the largest middle class, the world has ever seen. Our society has lost our way, now valuing profits over those that produce them. All Americans deserve the opportunity to obtain an education, job training, and a living wage.
It is time we shift our values to, once again, award those that have made, and will make, us great.
Medicaid must be expanded & improved. Making sure that all that need it have access to:
DENTAL, HEARING & VISION COVERAGE
MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
REPRODUCTIVE & MATERNITY CARE
HOME, ASSISTED & SKILLED NURSING CARE
Stop the Health Insurance & Pharmaceutical Industries from ripping off the American People.
What has the war on drugs gained us? The largest prison population per capita in the world and a societal stigma that criminalizes the remedies needed by our neighbors to relieve their ailments. It is time to admit we were wrong. Our job now is to legalize marijuana, vacate & expunge past marijuana convictions, and ensure the revenue from a legal cannabis market are reinvested in the communities hit hardest by the War on Drugs.
Separation of Church & State
Our country was founded by those that fled the persecution of religious states. Our nation has found the balance that those pilgrims sought. A government that protects all citizens no matter the deity they devote their beliefs to.
We all have the right to decide what is right for our family, our self, and our god.