Government & Politics

May 1, 2014

Brownback-Obama blame game as Kansas' bond rating is cut amid revenue shortfall

Moody's Investor Services is reducing the bond rating for the state of Kansas over concerns about the state's sluggish economic recovery compared with other states and issues with long-term financial obligations. The decision was made the same day Kansas officials announced April revenue collections were $92 million less than previous forecasts.

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