Kansas governor Sam Brownback knows tax cutting.
The New York Times tells of those who think he will fail, but adds what neighboring states are doing - looking at tax cuts as well.
Kansas’ tax policy has caught the attention of its neighbors. Gov. Dave Heineman of Nebraska, a Republican, has introduced a bill to eliminate a variety of taxes, including ones on individual income and small businesses. Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, also a Republican, plans to call for modest income tax cuts, and Missouri lawmakers have discussed reforming their tax code.