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July 1, 2014 12:02 PM

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon offers business border war truce, but Kansas has no plans to follow

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has offered a truce to Kansas in the states’ ongoing battle to lure businesses across the state line with lucrative tax breaks. Nixon signed legislation Tuesday in Kansas City. Kansas Commerce Secretary Pat George says the state has no plans to follow Missouri’s offer, but he says he’s willing to talk.

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