Highlights of the budget plan presented Friday by Gov. Bill Graves:
Â Total raised: $364 million in fiscal 2003.
Â Sales tax: Rise to 5.2 percent from the current 4.9 percent for three years starting June 1, for $114.7 million.
Â Cigarette tax: Add 65 cents a pack, making it 89 cents, for $111.2 million.
Â Income tax: Add 5 percent surcharge for 2003, 2004 and 2005, for $104.7 million.
Â Estate tax: Raise $20 million from "Class C" heirs, nephews, nieces and nonrelatives who inherit property.
Â Corporate taxes: Double franchise fees, which corporations and nonprofits pay for the right to do business in state. Fees would be 2 percent of value of stockholder equity attributed to Kansas, with minimum of $40 and maximum of $5,000.
Â Tax relief: Expand income tax credit and food sales tax rebate program for poor families, costing $4.6 million.
Â Total reductions: $365.5 million.
Â Public schools: Increase state aid by $20 per student, to $3,890. Costs $12 million.
Â Higher education: Forgo $45 million increase promised under 1999 law reorganizing system.
Â Social services: Reduce various Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services programs, $19.3 million; reduce spending of tobacco dollars on health and social services programs, $7.6 million; cut Department on Aging, $332,000.
Â Transportation: Eliminate $147 million transfer of sales tax revenues to highway projects.
Â Prisons: Close minimum-security units in Osawatomie, Stockton and Toronto and conservation camps for male and female offenders in Oswego, saving $5.5 million.
Â General administration: Impose one-year moratorium on vehicle, furniture purchases, saving $9 million.
Â Legislature: Shorten 2003 session to 80 days from traditional 90 days, saving $600,000.
Â Driver's license offices: Close eight testing stations, saving $400,000.