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Kansas ranks 11th in nation in per capita spending on business incentives, according to New York Times database

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Kansas spends $1 billion per year on business incentives, which works out to be $355 per capita for one of the highest per capita costs in the nation, according to an in-depth analysis by the New York Times. Here is link to the report http://nyti.ms/11PaodV

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vuduchyld 1 year, 4 months ago

I'd love to see the returns calculated for some of these investments. With that pedestrian collection of incentives, I bet we're worse than 11th in terms of outcomes.

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parrothead8 1 year, 4 months ago

I'd rather they use my $355 towards the Kansas Arts Commission.

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