Columnist Dave Helling writes: On the other hand, there is evidence the Kansas tax cuts are finally trickling down to someone: Wichita State’s basketball coach. Gregg Marshall will get $3 million next year. That should mean a little extra for the state treasury.
Columnist Dave Helling writes: On the other hand, there is evidence the Kansas tax cuts are finally trickling down to someone: Wichita State’s basketball coach. Gregg Marshall will get $3 million next year. That should mean a little extra for the state treasury. David Richard The Associated Press
Columnist Dave Helling writes: On the other hand, there is evidence the Kansas tax cuts are finally trickling down to someone: Wichita State’s basketball coach. Gregg Marshall will get $3 million next year. That should mean a little extra for the state treasury. David Richard The Associated Press

Dave Helling: In politics, as in sports, everything comes at a cost

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