Bipartisanship required to fix Kansas financially

When the Kansas Legislature convenes in January, one-third of the seats will be filled by someone new. The election results show that many voters recognized the serious financial trouble in Kansas and now expect a change in direction. But will they get it? Lawmakers face a daunting task. To successfully alter the situation, they must take a big risk and do something that does not come naturally to politicians - gather a bipartisan coalition and reform the tax system to raise revenue.

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