Could be years to determine impact of state tax cuts

So far, the state’s income tax cuts haven’t acted like a shot of adrenaline into the heart of the Kansas economy, as Gov. Sam Brownback said they would. Nor is that likely in the near future, according to top economists at the Kansas Department of Labor. They said this week that it was too early to tell if the tax changes are having an effect on job growth, and that it might take up to five years to determine the impact on employment, the Lawrence Journal-World reported.