Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Kansas Regents Say Five Percent Budget Cuts Would Cut Deep - SAM ZEFF , KCUR

If Kansas is forced to reduce its budget by five percent over the next two fiscal years, higher education in the state could take a $56.4 million hit. That's on top of $47.9 million in reductions the previous two years. The data comes from budget documents submitted to the Governor's office by the six Kansas Board of Regents universities. On Tuesday the Associated Press reported that Brownback's Budget Director, Shawn Sullivan, sent an email to cabinet secretaries saying that the governor isn't planning to propose across-the-board cuts in their budgets next year. However, he did not rule out targeted budget cuts.

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