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Kansas government needs CPR due to income tax cuts

Kansas is in desperate need of immediate CPR due to the failing tax policies of the current state administration.
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government released a June 12  report saying Kansas, at 24 percent, had the third largest decline of U.S. states  in individual tax revenues from January through April 2014 compared to 2013.
Overall, the average decline nationwide was 7 percent.
This is a list that Kansas does NOT want to be at the top of. First was Ohio with 31 percent and second, North Dakota with 28 percent and third, the Land of Oz. These ...


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