In 2006, current gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis, a Democrat, backed a major tax cut for Kansas businesses that cost local government millions and in some cases led indirectly to property tax increases — the very type he campaigns against today.
In 2006, current gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis, a Democrat, backed a major tax cut for Kansas businesses that cost local government millions and in some cases led indirectly to property tax increases — the very type he campaigns against today. File photo by John Hanna The Associated Press
In 2006, current gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis, a Democrat, backed a major tax cut for Kansas businesses that cost local government millions and in some cases led indirectly to property tax increases — the very type he campaigns against today. File photo by John Hanna The Associated Press

Kansas gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis supported business tax cut that led to local tax increases

October 28, 2014 06:34 PM

UPDATED October 28, 2014 08:08 PM

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