The Kansas Chapter of Americans for Prosperity has released its model Kansas budget for fiscal year 2011. Titled Commonsense Budget Proposal, it contains “a roadmap for legislators seeking to make Kansas government more efficient — and less costly — without turning to Kansas taxpayers,” according to AFP Kansas state director Derrick Sontag.
Kansas model budget released
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With the bad news about the state’s economy in early February and the state is now facing a deficit of almost $40 million for the fiscal year ending June 30. It is now imperative that this budget information get to legislators.
Sadly, the spending lobbies in Topeka are getting ready for another taxpayer funded lawsuit before our black robed legislators in the KS Supreme Court building. The big spending jurists are also locked in a budget battle with legislators over judicial funding too.