Kansas Tax Collections Exceed Expectations For 14th Straight Month

      Kansas is reporting that it collected $11 million more in taxes in July than anticipated to make it the longest streak of better-than-expected revenues in at least 50 years.      The Department of Revenue reported Wednesday that tax collections were $499 million last month with an official forecast of $488 million.      It was the 14th consecutive month of better-than expected tax collections and the longest streak since at least…

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