Letters to the Editor

July 3, 2014 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on tax shortfall, paid leave, GOP unity, Schuckman, texting and driving

Kansas tax revenues continue their decline below projections – another $28 million in June (July 1 Eagle). Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan is still trying to use the impact of federal tax law on capital gains to justify the $338 million Kansas revenue shortfall at the end of the 2014 fiscal year. There is a slight shred of truth there, but it is not the whole truth.

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