On January 13, 2021, the governor of Kansas released her budget report for fiscal year 2022, which would require marketplace facilitators to begin collecting retail sales and compensating use taxes on sales to Kansas customers on July 1, 2021. The budget also contains a proposal to impose sales tax on all sales of digital property and subscription services beginning July 1, 2021. Digital property and subscription services would include “digital audio-visual works, digital audio works, digital books, artwork, digital photographs and pictures, periodicals, newspapers, magazines, video, audio and other greeting cards, graphics, applications (desktop, mobile, web, and cloud-based), games (online, video, and electronic), digital codes, and streaming services.”