Kansas officials say the state collected
about $3 million more in tax revenues than expected in November.
The Department of Revenue reported Monday that the state took in
$354 million for the month. The department had expected to collect
The report on tax collections was the first since state
officials issued new revenue projections earlier in the month. The
new projections were far more pessimistic than previous forecasts.
Gov. Mark Parkinson responded to the new forecast with $259
million in cuts and other budget adjustments to keep Kansas from
running a deficit when the current fiscal year ends June 30.