TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Opponents to Gov. Sam Brownback's proposal for cutting Kansas income tax rates said Wednesday the Republican's plan is misguided and would punish working families.

Representatives of the Working Kansas Alliance said the tax cuts and a raft of other employment bills were an attack on workers' rights and would not create jobs.

"Blaming working families for the sluggish economy is a poor excuse for a jobs plan," said Terry Forsyth, president of the alliance.

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