(Updated to include March revenue numbers)
Gov. Laura Kelly said Tuesday she anticipates the state's revenues will take a "huge hit" as Kansas absorbs the economic repercussions of the coronavirus.
Kelly noted that the decision to delay the filing of tax returns will affect the state's bottom line for the current fiscal year, which doesn't end until June.
"We know we're going to be taking a huge hit in our revenues," Kelly said at the first of her daily briefings.
"Just the fact that we extended the deadline for income tax filings to July 15 will . . .
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