The state of Kansas collected 3% more in tax revenues in August than expected. That's good news for legislators and state officials, who have been worried about the national economic slump.
The state anticipated about $385 million in general tax revenues
in August and received nearly $397 million. Those figures were in a report from the Kansas Legislative Research Department.
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