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2 years after Sam Brownback attempted murder, Kansas recovers

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But the era of good feelings in Kansas could be short-lived. The nonpartisan Kansas Legislative Research Department forecasts revenue to level off and begin declining as soon as next year as growth slows. Republicans in the state legislature are pushing to restore some of the tax cuts, arguing that the Brownback plan failed not because it cut taxes but because it failed to keep spending in line.


Tax cuts = snake oil


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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is giving Gov. Laura Kelly an ultimatum: Drop your plan to keep people on welfare by Friday or I’m going to court.

The Republican attorney general is telling the Democratic governor that a new policy from the Department for Children and Families violates either the letter or spirit of state law. The policy allows some adults without children to receive welfare even if they don’t meet work requirements.


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