Thursday, March 07, 2019

Kansas Tax Standoff Coming Soon

Update on the struggle betwixt spending, education and tax relief that could threaten the "moderate" reputation of the granny guv. Take a look:

Kansas House Presses On With Tax Relief, Edges Closer To Showdown With Governor

The Republican-controlled Kansas House approved wide-ranging tax legislation Thursday. The measure would reduce sales taxes on food, which could help Kansans across the income spectrum. It would also give some big corporations a break, and that will likely spark a showdown with Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Recreational weed would help. Kansas could then stop taxing groceries and having the 14th highest income tax.

Anonymous said...

Who cares if Kan-ass is hell bent on economic self destruction?

All America cares about is whether Kan-ass keeps shipping out beeves, wheat, corn & soybeans. The rest is just a drawn out suicide; if it bothered Kan-sassans, they'd put a halt to it.

Anonymous said...

Kansas should jump on the recreational weed wagon while they have a chance. Get the Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska money that is now going to Colorado. Strike while the bowl is hot.