State government in Kansas received $8.3 million more in revenue than analysts anticipated for November to reinforce double-digit percentage growth in collections tied to an income tax hike passed by the Legislature to balance the budget. The Kansas Department of Revenue said Friday the state treasury drew $458 million in November, which was nearly 2 percent above a projection recently revised upward.
Saturday, December 02, 2017
Kansas Collects MILLIONS More In Taxes
Increased revenue soon to be wasted on the social safety net, education and DMV lines . . . Here's the legacy of Guv. Brownback economic theory going down in flames. Read more: