Revenue-Bleeding Kansas Revives Tobacco Bonds as Deficit LingersBy
Budget fix may still leave state with deficit next year
It would be the first government selling the debt since 2015
After reeling from budget shortfalls since cutting income-tax rates three years ago, Kansas is considering a once-popular fix for cash-strapped governments: bonds secured by the money received under the 1998 settlement with tobacco companies.
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