The Kansas House gave initial approval to a tax bill Wednesday that would raise income tax rates and end a tax cut for roughly 330,000 business owners. A final vote in the House could come Thursday. (This is the rotunda of the Kansas Capitol.)
The Kansas House gave initial approval to a tax bill Wednesday that would raise income tax rates and end a tax cut for roughly 330,000 business owners. A final vote in the House could come Thursday. (This is the rotunda of the Kansas Capitol.) File photo
The Kansas House gave initial approval to a tax bill Wednesday that would raise income tax rates and end a tax cut for roughly 330,000 business owners. A final vote in the House could come Thursday. (This is the rotunda of the Kansas Capitol.) File photo

Brownback tax cut on chopping block if bill continues to advance in Kansas House

February 15, 2017 1:42 PM

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