Kansas Comes Up Short Again
Neither supply side economics nor social justice protest have inspired revenue creation in the Sunflower State. Here's a look a less money for flyover country:
Kansas is reporting that its tax collections in March fell nearly $12 million short of expectations. The Department of Revenue said Monday that the state collected almost $429 million in taxes last month when it had projected it would take in more than $440 million. The monthly shortfall was 2.7 percent.