Lawrence, KS – According to the statement, that left the state with its healthiest cash reserves in more than 25 years as the national economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
The officials have reported that the state collected $8.9 billion in general tax revenues for the budget year.
That’s $758 million more than it expected.
The state began its 2022 budget year Thursday with cash reserves of $1.9 billion.
This story will be updated when new information is available.