At a forum last week, Bradley Borden, an associate professor at Washburn University School of Law, delivered a low-key, 16-page lecture that is bound to provide talking points for those fighting against further cuts to the state budget.
Borden didn’t say it like this, but his message essentially was that the Kansas tax system is out of whack with the needs of our society, and tax cuts for some turn into tax hikes for others. continue reading