Kansas Disability Services Were Supposed to Get a Boost, but the Pandemic Changed That

September 2, 2020

Kansas Public Radio (September 2)

Kansas Disability Services Were Supposed to Get a Boost, but the Pandemic Changed That

But Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly eliminated the $9 million increase when the state’s revenue forecast plummeted by more than $1 billion(link is external) after the coronavirus closed businesses and led to massive layoffs. As part of her $700 million plan(link is external) to balance the budget, Kelly wants to delay payments, take out a loan from a state investment pool and trim money for many services — including disability care and juvenile justice.


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