Tax cuts passed by the Legislature during Gov. Sam Brownback’s first term will cost the state about $5 billion over seven years, according to a memo from the Kansas Legislative Research Department.
Tax cuts passed by the Legislature during Gov. Sam Brownback’s first term will cost the state about $5 billion over seven years, according to a memo from the Kansas Legislative Research Department. File photo File photo
Tax cuts passed by the Legislature during Gov. Sam Brownback’s first term will cost the state about $5 billion over seven years, according to a memo from the Kansas Legislative Research Department. File photo File photo

Tax-law changes under Brownback to cost state $5 billion over 7 years, research agency says

January 13, 2015 04:32 PM

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