Monday finance with alan kohler, who will oversee the transition.
Kohler said last week that he wanted “one-stop shopping” for the state’s funds and that the governor and his administration are committed to providing enough money to keep up with growing expenses. But he did not say when that would happen.
“We’re going to try to make sure we’re doing well with our new direction but still have 용인출장마사지room to build from there,” Kohler said. “If we do, that should allow us to invest in state money for future years.”
The department’s new director is Scott Smith, who previously worked as president of the Association of State Attorneys General and served in various public service positions on the Legislature’s public safety committee, which approves the state’s budget.
Gov. Sam Brownback and Gov. Mary Fallin were among the first to express support for the budget package, and state leaders said that the $150 million in cuts are part of broader cuts to both social safety net programs and social service programs.
But the cuts are 엠 카지노also part of a broader plan to cut taxes that would affect the budget, including a 4 percent reduction in sales tax, which would generate $5 billion over a decade. The proposed sales tax repeal, which passed the House committee on finance, also would generate $5 billion over that decade, which would come in part from higher rates on income over $250,000.
Budget changes have also forced Kansas to move to a state income tax, an issue that has plagued lawmakers and led to heated budget hearings.
The tax repeal will cause major job losses, according to research from the Kansas Policy Institute. Kansas already has one of the highest tax burdens in the nation, with property taxes averaging nearly $1,000 per person.
The budget’s cuts to social services will also cause massive layoffs and job losses, said Steve Krawietz, senior vice president of the Kansas Association of State Social Workers.
The Kansas Association of State Social Workers has also warned that cuts to the social services sector have forced social workers to be out of work for months, sometimes for up to three months.
Smith acknowledged, however, that the cuts and layoffs are being experienced mainly by those who serve low-income families with low income and are forced to make harder choices about what they can and can’t afford. He also said the cuts will not have a negative impact on the Kansas economy.
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