Monday, May 06, 2019

Kansas Tax Relief GOP Challenge

Republican effort to win back the middle-class of JoCo makes strides. Take a look:

Republicans push tax relief through Kansas Legislature

TOPEKA, KS (AP) - Republican legislators have pushed a tax relief proposal through the Kansas Legislature, ignoring predictions from Gov. Laura Kelly's fellow Democrats that she will veto it, just as she did with a larger plan.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cutting taxes in a State that is already bankrupt because they've cut taxes too far - ah, the wonders of "Republican Economics".

Anonymous said...

11:24 there is no such thing as cutting taxes too far. Excessive spending, like 65% of the total budget on K-12 education and Medicaid, is the problem.

Anonymous said...

The Kansas Greedy Old Perverts won't pass Medicare expansion until next year because they supposedly need to study it carefully. Even though other states have already been participating in expansion for nearly a decade. Even though Kansas legislators studied and passed it last year. Even though an overwhelming majority of voters and legislators want it.

Yet this is the second tax cut pass rammed through to refund an unknown federal windfall from the new federal tax change.

What the hell happened to careful planning and study? Oh yeah, doesn't apply when lining your own pockets. Kansas republicans are corrupt as hell, pathological liars, and total hypocrites.