Learn From Kansas’ Tax Cuts

Yael T. Abouhalkah writes how Kansas continues to sputter in the aftermath of  Sam Brownback’s haphazard tax cuts – eliminating taxes on some types of businesses, but not others; making such marginal tax cuts so as to make no impact on behavior while creating deficits that undermined confidence.  See it here.


Supporters of supply side policies need to first, acknowledge that not all tax cuts are good for economic growth; and second, step up their critique of the Kansas experiment before all tax cuts get a bad name.


Originally in September 21 MOScout.