The Kansas Appropriations Reports
are annual publications that wrap up the fiscal outcomes of each legislative session. These reports include comprehensive information on the budget of state agencies approved during each session. They are intended to provide detailed information to legislators and others by providing specific budgetary facts and comparisons to prior budget years. They also detail at what point in the process the budgetary actions for each agency occurred.
The Kansas Government Information (KGI) Library has scanned and added the Appropriation Reports back to 1975. That's about 40 years of fiscal history of Kansas state government. A researcher can check online for monies appropriated for highway improvements, the state water plan, education, capital improvements, etc.
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If interested in adding the serial record to your catalog it can be found in the Kansas Library Catalog for downloading as well as OCLC (#918898788)