Reacting to New York Times and other national commentary declaring Kansas’ income tax cuts a failure, a Republican in New York’s State Assembly fretted to Reason.com’s Ira Stoll that the left “will use this Kansas example against every governor who tries to reduce taxes if there is no push-back now.” Stoll said “the Kansas experiment is still in progress,” with more tax cuts scheduled, concluding: “The measure of the success or failure of these tax cuts shouldn’t just be the effect they have on the bottom line of the Kansas state budget. The measure should be the effect they have on the budgets of the individuals, families and businesses that are residents of Kansas.” Responding to a commentary in the Telegraph headlined, “Why Britain should follow the yellow brick road to Kansas and cut taxes,” an online British post concluded: “When a choice has to be made, we should go with the straight and narrow path of paying our way in the world, not the yellow brick road of debt-funded tax cuts.”
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