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Kansas Governor Set to Clash with GOP Lawmakers over Tax Cuts, Private School Funding

Photograph of Kansas Governor Laura Kelly, seated, behind a microphone.
Kansas News Service
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly (File Photo, Kansas News Service)

TOPEKA, Kan. (KPR) - Republican lawmakers appear headed for a confrontation with Kansas Democratic Governor Laura Kelly over tax cuts. With a growing budget surplus Kelly says the state can afford to cut some taxes. But in an interview with KPR's Jim McLean, she said the proposals that Republican leaders recently pushed through the Kansas Senate are too expensive.

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