Joco Opinion

March 3, 2015 10:10 PM

Editorial: Small businesses also collect PEAK subsidies

Large businesses in Johnson County are the biggest beneficiaries of the Promoting Employment Across Kansas tax-break program. But smaller companies also are participating, which just exacerbates the state’s current fiscal problems.

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