Gov. Sam Brownback is staring at how to make a staggering cut of $648 million in next year’s Kansas budget, partly because tax cuts aren’t creating the promised number of jobs in the state.
Gov. Sam Brownback is staring at how to make a staggering cut of $648 million in next year’s Kansas budget, partly because tax cuts aren’t creating the promised number of jobs in the state. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Gov. Sam Brownback is staring at how to make a staggering cut of $648 million in next year’s Kansas budget, partly because tax cuts aren’t creating the promised number of jobs in the state. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

New Kansas jobs figures stun Sam Brownback, and not in a good way

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