Governor Brownback has signed a bill on Tuesday that he says will save Kansas employers about $42 million dollars.
It adjusts employers’ payments to the fund that pays benefits to unemployed workers.
His office says the bill will lower payments for about 44,000 businesses. Employers who’ve paid more into the fund than their workers have received in benefits will see a 15 percent cut in rates.
The bill also provides a discounted rate to non-construction employers who open businesses in Kansas.