Vol. 19, No. 25 A Newspaper of General Circulation June 18, 2019
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Kansas government remains flush with cash
Kansas reports it collected $77 million more in taxes than expected in May.  
The state Department of Revenue said that Kansas collected $563 million in taxes last month when it anticipated $486 million. The surplus was 15.9%.  
Tax collections for the budget year that began in July 2018 were nearly $6.7 billion, or $158 million more than anticipated, for a 2.4% surplus. And that's after officials issued a more optimistic fiscal forecast in mid-April.  
Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly has vetoed two tax relief plans from GOP lawmakers since taking office in January, saying the measures would undermine the state's finances. ľAP  
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