Topeka Gov. Mark Parkinson has scheduled a news conference for tomorrow to announce further budget adjustments in light of the February revenue shortfall.
Over the past year, officials have cut nearly $1 billion from a $6.4 billion state budget as Kansas fell into the national recession.
When the 2010 legislative session started, lawmakers faced an estimated $400 million shortfall for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
But problems have continued. In February, the state fell $71 million under previous estimates.