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Taxes and government spending: How does Kansas compare?
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Nancy McCarthy-Snyder will present “Taxes and government spending: How does Kansas compare,” at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at the Learning Resource Center Cavanaugh Room at Barton County Community College.

If your mind goes on hold when the Kansas state budget is discussed, this presentation is for you. McCarthy-Snyder is prepared to demystify state budget numbers for you.

A retired Wichita State University faculty member, she held the position of associate vice president for academic affairs and research from 2004-2007, where she was responsible for University reaccreditation, academic planning, and budgeting. From 2010-2016, she was a member of the Kansas Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, responsible for the official state revenue estimates in the state budget.

McCarthy-Snyder’s graduate research focused on human services and public finance, including evaluations of Kansas welfare reform programs; nonprofit governance and financial management; school finance; and a review of privatization of the Kansas child welfare system. As a professor, she taught courses on public sector economics, state and local government budgeting, statistics, and nonprofit management.

This event is free and open to the public. Contact Pam Martin at 620-285-1083 or with questions.