Why did tax cuts work for North Carolina and not Kansas?

With Governor Kelly recently vetoing legislation that would have prevented individuals and employers from paying higher state income tax as a result of federal changes, we are left discussing tax cuts – do they work?

Those opposed to letting citizens keep more of their hard-earned money have repeatedly pointed to the 2012 Brownback Kansas tax plan as their primary example of why tax cuts don’t work.

But at the same time, Kansas experienced budgetary issues, other states like North Carolina, Indiana and Tennessee successfully cut taxes, so the real issue is…what was different about the Kansas experience?

Join host Dave Trabert and guest Joe Colletti, Senior Fellow at the John Locke Foundation in North Carolina as they examine the contrast between the two different experiences.

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