Kansas lawmakers in the House and Senate are preparing a new tax plan that would raise individual income tax rates, end a tax exemption for business owners and bring the state an estimated $879 million over a two-year span.
Kansas lawmakers in the House and Senate are preparing a new tax plan that would raise individual income tax rates, end a tax exemption for business owners and bring the state an estimated $879 million over a two-year span. File photo
Kansas lawmakers in the House and Senate are preparing a new tax plan that would raise individual income tax rates, end a tax exemption for business owners and bring the state an estimated $879 million over a two-year span. File photo

Lawmakers prep new plan to raise income taxes, roll back Brownback tax cuts

May 01, 2017 7:22 PM

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