Lawmakers will likely tackle the state tax code when the Legislature reconvenes in January. The group Kansans for No Income Tax is pushing for eliminating that levy as a way to spur job growth and attract people to the state. Ashley McMillan is the group’s president.
Former Secretary of Revenue Joan Wagnon heads the Kansas Democratic Party. She says eliminating the income tax would either require increases in property and sales taxes, or big cuts to spending on things like education.
Tune in later this hour when we’ll have a full report on the debate over the income tax in Kansas.