Democrats have called the $384 million tax plan the largest tax increase in state history. But Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas said it shoudn’t count as a tax increase because it follows massive income tax cuts passed three years ago.
Democrats have called the $384 million tax plan the largest tax increase in state history. But Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas said it shoudn’t count as a tax increase because it follows massive income tax cuts passed three years ago. Chris Neal The Associated Press
Democrats have called the $384 million tax plan the largest tax increase in state history. But Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas said it shoudn’t count as a tax increase because it follows massive income tax cuts passed three years ago. Chris Neal The Associated Press

As Gov. Sam Brownback signs Kansas budget plan, he denies that it counts as a tax increase

June 16, 2015 02:08 PM

UPDATED June 16, 2015 07:32 PM

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