Kansas Shouldn’t Push Pension Debt Into Future So It Can Spend More Today

In Politics by Michael Rae

To help finance her $7.8 billion budget proposal, Gov. Laura Kelly asked the legislature to reduce the amount of money the state contributes to the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) over the next few years and delay making debt payments. While the House seems set on rejecting the plan, it

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