Some Kansans knew exactly what a disaster Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts would be when he signed them into law on May 22, 2012.
Some Kansans knew exactly what a disaster Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts would be when he signed them into law on May 22, 2012. THAD ALLTON AP
Some Kansans knew exactly what a disaster Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts would be when he signed them into law on May 22, 2012. THAD ALLTON AP

These Kansans predicted Gov. Brownback’s tax-cut disaster exactly four years ago

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