State Senators Want "Rainy Day" Fund

KSCB News - January 6, 2010 12:00 am

Two state senators want Kansas to create a rainy day fund to help with future budget problems.

Topeka Democrat Laura Kelly and Leawood Republican John Vratil outlined a proposal Tuesday for amending the Kansas Constitution.

 

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