Liquor Taxes for Schools

Williamson, Richard
March 2004
Bond Buyer;3/23/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31847, p31
Trade Publication
Reports that the Republican leaders has proposed raising money for public schools in Kansas from liquor taxes. Plan to solve the imbalance in school funding; Repair in the gap in school funding.


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