By Patrick B. McGuigan | CapitolBeatOK
OKLAHOMA CITY — On January 1, Kansas made historic, deep cuts in business and personal income taxes. Not satisfied, Gov. Sam Brownback, who says he wants to put his state on “a glide path to zero” for personal income taxes, is working to cut the top personal rate further, to 3.5 percent.
By Gene Meyer | Kansas Reporter
TOPEKA – Your next Kansas Legislature will be more conservative than the last one, which just passed the largest package of tax cuts, welfare reform and business-friendly legislation in Kansas history, predicts Jeff Glendening, vice president for political affairs at the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.
Or at least, that is a [...]
WICHITA — Government regulation is costing businesses valuable time and opportunities and denying state and local government millions in tax revenue from business activity and development, according to business leaders speaking at the “Drowning in Regulation” tour stop in Wichita Wednesday.
Gary Oborny, Chairman and CEO of Occidental Management, a real estate development company in Wichita, [...]