Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback begged Republican legislators on Thursday to keep in place special tax breaks for 330,000 businesses and farmers, then pass the biggest tax increase in state history on 3 million Kansans.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback begged Republican legislators on Thursday to keep in place special tax breaks for 330,000 businesses and farmers, then pass the biggest tax increase in state history on 3 million Kansans. Bo Rader AP
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback begged Republican legislators on Thursday to keep in place special tax breaks for 330,000 businesses and farmers, then pass the biggest tax increase in state history on 3 million Kansans. Bo Rader AP

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