Kansas Tax Increase Not Ruled Out

The Kansas Liberty story Lawmakers start looking for ways to meet deficit tells us that tax increases may be forthcoming in Kansas: “Both Senate President Steve Morris, R-Hugoton, and Vice-President John Vratil, R-Leawood, have not ruled out raising taxes.”

These two gentlemen, fresh from their victories in their senate leadership races, will play important roles in the upcoming legislative session. Their lifetime ratings from the Kansas Taxpayers Network — 32.5% for Morris and 18.2% for Vratil — tell us that neither of these leaders shy away from tax increases.

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  • Don’t forget the Wichita City Council who continue to discuss in executive session the idea of shifting property taxes to sales tax and then increasing the property taxes. It is coming in 2009

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