The Kansas business lobby is armed with new data to convince this year’s legislature to press for lower taxes and other change.
The basis is a Kansas Chamber of Commerce commissioned survey of 300 company owners.
The December 2013 questionnaire found 57 percent of those surveyed thought they paid too much in taxes. Thirty-six percent thought they paid about the right amount.
The study found less interest than in the past in what plays into the economic border war with Missouri, the poaching of jobs back and forth across state line.
The controversy over illegal immigration is pitting Republican against Republican and business against immigration hardliners in Kansas.