Gov. Sam Brownback’s latest bid to change the way people are taxed in Kansas struggled to find support Thursday in the Senate.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s latest bid to change the way people are taxed in Kansas struggled to find support Thursday in the Senate. File photo
Gov. Sam Brownback’s latest bid to change the way people are taxed in Kansas struggled to find support Thursday in the Senate. File photo

Brownback-endorsed tax proposal falls flat in the Kansas Senate

April 06, 2017 12:31 PM

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