Revenue shortfall throws wrench in budget talks

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas collected $49 million less in taxes than expected in January, giving Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly and the Republican-controlled Legislature a dose of bad news Friday at the start of debates over education funding and tax relief. Kelly’s top revenue official and a GOP legislative leader were ...

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