Monday, June 05, 2017

COMING SOON: EPIC KANSAS TAX HIKE?!?

A fix for the busted budget and more cash for schools could lead progressives to gloat over the increased burden on the working poor. Here's a round-up before the inevitable veto:

Kansas House approves $1.2B income tax increase

The Latest on the Kansas Legislature's debate over raising taxes to fix the state budget and provide additional money for public schools (all times local): 9:40 p.m. The Kansas House has approved a plan for increasing income taxes to fix the state budget and provide additional money for public schools.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

Kansas needs to take the Alabama approach. Since passing legislation requiring food stamp recipients to be in job training or employed the state has seen an 85 percent reduction in folk applying for food stamps - saving the state millions on wasted tax dollars.