Government & Politics

Kansas Senate’s GOP leaders don’t expect tax plan to pass

Top Republicans don’t expect the GOP-dominated Kansas Senate to pass a budget-balancing plan to increase taxes before scuttling out of the Statehouse on Thursday for a long holiday weekend. Senators were taking up a bill to increase the state’s sales, cigarette and gasoline taxes to help fill a projected $406 million deficit for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

Kansas City Deals

Today's Circulars