Corporate heavy hitters make case to legislative leaders for returning tax windfall


A new wrinkle in the debate over Kansas tax cuts emerged at the Capitol on Thursday as business leaders briefed top legislators on the need to return in an unexpected windfall from changes in the federal tax code.

Representatives from major Kansas employers such as Cargill, Pfizer, BNSF, AT&T, Sprint and Spirit Aerosystems met with legislative leadership Thursday to explain the need to decouple from some provisions in the federal tax code to avoid big tax increases next year.

They pointed out that Kansas stands to gains millions in extra corporate taxes because the state is considered a . . .


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