UPDATED: House rejects compromise tax plan, sends back to committee


(Updated to include more details of the debate and fate of tax plan)

A compromise tax plan that Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly said she would sign hit a pothole early Thursday night when the House balked and sent it back to a conference committee, ending the possibility that a deal will be reached before the regular session ends.

House Republicans and Democrats joined together in a voice vote to derail a plan that would cut taxes on income, property and Social Security while expanding a tax credit . . .


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