Steve Rose

March 29, 2014 5:00 PM

Rosy Kansas revenue numbers just don’t add up

Understanding that this is a campaign year for Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, it is easy to see why his administration would like to rush out numbers that paint a glowing picture of the tax cuts he pushed through the Legislature. But the numbers, at this point, are just plain half-baked, if not blatantly misleading. We will not know the impact of the tax cuts until the 2014 fiscal year is taken into consideration.

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