Gov. Sam Brownback has disclosed a few more details about the tax-reform proposal he plans to unveil during his State of the State address in January. He told that Lawrence Journal-World that he wants to lower the state's individual income-tax rate to make it the second lowest in the region, behind Colorado's. Currently, Kansas has the second-highest tax rate among neighboring states. Brownback "predicted the lowered tax rates would spur economic growth, which then should be plowed back into more tax cuts," the Journal-World reported. He told the paper that, at this point, he would not propose lowering state corporate income-tax rates.