The Kansas Chamber of Commerce says that in the 2014 legislative session, it will push to protect recently-enacted tax cuts.
The organization released a survey Tuesday of businesses in the state, showing that 57 percent of businesses say the taxes they pay are too high.
Former Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal is the president and CEO of the Kansas Chamber. He says some businesses may not have felt the impact of recent tax cuts yet.
Results from the 10th annual Kansas Chamber CEO Poll were released Wednesday. The Chamber uses the results to assist in developing its agenda.
Project Director Pat McFerron says the survey showed strong support for continued state tax reform.
"Twenty-nine percent of Kansas business owners say that taxes are their top concern," says McFerron.
"It's the same percentage that we had last year and again, for 10 years it's been a top concern and this is asked at the start of the survey without us mentioning anything else."
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Chamber Survey Suggests Strong Support For Tax Cuts
Results from the 10th annual Kansas Chamber CEO Poll were release yesterday. The the Chamber uses the results to assist in developing its annual agenda.