Kansas' Projections Show Tax Cuts Aren't Paying Off as Predicted

Chris Mai for The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

The state’s budget office also projects that GDP in Kansas will lag the nationwide rate in 2014 and 2015.  That would mark a downward departure for the Kansas economy, which over the last two decades has generally kept pace with the national economy.  The negative effects of Kansas’ tax cuts are mounting:  lower state revenues, serious cuts to services like education, and now lower growth forecasts and a downgraded credit rating.  These cuts aren’t setting Kansas up for economic success.

Read the entire blog entry at The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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