The Kansas Senate, on a 30-10 vote, rejected a bill that would have raised taxes and ended an exemption. On Friday it is expected to take up a bill that has passed the House.
The Kansas Senate, on a 30-10 vote, rejected a bill that would have raised taxes and ended an exemption. On Friday it is expected to take up a bill that has passed the House. File photo
The Kansas Senate, on a 30-10 vote, rejected a bill that would have raised taxes and ended an exemption. On Friday it is expected to take up a bill that has passed the House. File photo

Kansas Senate rejects Democrats’ tax plan, but will take up House plan Friday

February 16, 2017 05:40 PM

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