Monday, May 18, 2020

Coronavirus Breaks Kansas

Quick peek at the Sunflower State desperate for money just like everyone else . . . Read more:

The Coronavirus Blew A $650M Hole In Kansas' Budget, Putting Even School Funding In Jeopardy

LAWRENCE, Kansas - When Kansas lawmakers left for an early spring break in mid-March, the state was projected to have a healthy savings account of nearly $1 billion in reserves come June. They passed an $8 billion budget as the coronavirus pandemic was just beginning, not knowing whether they'd even come back to Topeka.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Granny will save the State.
Just shut up, wash your hands and keep everything closed.