Broad tax bill limiting government competition against private sector clears Legislature


A broad tax bill that would prohibit government from running businesses that compete with the private sector cleared the Kansas Legislature on Thursday.

The Senate voted 26-13 to approve a bill with 18 provisions, including one that would  provide real and personal property tax exemptions for some businesses in cities where a government facility competes against a similar business.

The House already passed the bill in the overnight hours of April on aSSJ

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