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Supreme Court deals ‘dark store’ case a legal setback

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The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned a lower court decision finding that Johnson County overvalued 11 big-box retail stores by $123 million, a...

Supreme Court set to hand down major decision in ‘dark store’ case

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The Kansas Supreme Court is set to hand down a decision this morning in a major tax case that could resolve the so-called “dark...

UPDATED: Pizza Hut franchisee wins $67.4 million judgment against state

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(Updated to include new statement from Bicknell) The state was handed a $67.4 million tax bill Friday after the Kansas Supreme Court ended a 16-year...

Bill phasing out state sales tax on food passes Legislature

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A plan for wiping out the state sales tax on food cleared the Legislature Thursday night despite persisting complaints from Democrats that it doesn't...

Senate unanimously passes phase out of food sales tax

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Kansas is one step away from phasing out the state sales tax on food, although Democrats said the bill waits too long to give...

Fiscal forecasters bump revenues by $760 million; fires up food sales tax debate

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State economic forecasters on Wednesday boosted their tax revenue estimates by $760 million over two years, leaving Kansas with an ending balance of $3.1...

Kelly signs sprawling bill with tax credits, property tax cuts

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday signed a bill offering a package of tax credits and property tax cuts that's estimated to cost  $310 million over...

House-Senate negotiators agree to food sales tax cut

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House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement early Friday morning to phase out the state's sales tax on food even as Democrats said it...

Clock winding down on cutting food sales tax

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At the outset of this year's session of the Kansas Legislature, the top Democrat in the House was upbeat about the likelihood of cutting...

Senate passes $165 million tax bill

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The Kansas Senate on Thursday morning passed an estimated $165 million in tax cuts over three years, including a property tax break for seniors...