Kansas Shifts $123M as Revenues Fall

Williamson, Richard
November 2015
Bondbuyer.com;11/12/2015, p42
The article focuses on the decision of the governor of Kansas Sam Brownback for reducing expenditures since the state revenue estimates are below average including budget director Shawn Sullivan 's estimation that reducing expenses on medical, pension and bond debts will help overcome the deficit.


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