Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback proposed a slowdown in income tax cuts — plus massive tax increases on tobacco and liquor — as part of his plans to fix a budget shortfall projected at $648 million for the next fiscal year.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback proposed a slowdown in income tax cuts — plus massive tax increases on tobacco and liquor — as part of his plans to fix a budget shortfall projected at $648 million for the next fiscal year. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback proposed a slowdown in income tax cuts — plus massive tax increases on tobacco and liquor — as part of his plans to fix a budget shortfall projected at $648 million for the next fiscal year. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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