He worked as a budget director under Kansas Govs. Graves, Sebelius and Parkinson; now Duane Goossen is among those discussing a series of tax changes that would be a departure from much of Gov. Sam Brownback’s economic vision for the state. Goossen spoke Wednesday at the Capitol in Topeka alongside a coalition of advocacy groups.
He worked as a budget director under Kansas Govs. Graves, Sebelius and Parkinson; now Duane Goossen is among those discussing a series of tax changes that would be a departure from much of Gov. Sam Brownback’s economic vision for the state. Goossen spoke Wednesday at the Capitol in Topeka alongside a coalition of advocacy groups. Hunter Woodall hwoodall@kcstar.com
He worked as a budget director under Kansas Govs. Graves, Sebelius and Parkinson; now Duane Goossen is among those discussing a series of tax changes that would be a departure from much of Gov. Sam Brownback’s economic vision for the state. Goossen spoke Wednesday at the Capitol in Topeka alongside a coalition of advocacy groups. Hunter Woodall hwoodall@kcstar.com

Former Kansas budget director leads call for lawmakers to make tax changes

December 07, 2016 05:09 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2016 09:04 PM

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