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Millions in Sprint state income tax credits expire as key bill fails

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Sprint piled up $100 million in Kansas income tax credits that expired after a bill extending a key development incentive failed to win legislative...

Incentives for rural settlement face backlog

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Kansas has a backlog of more than 800 people waiting for student loan subsidies that were intended to entice people to settle in rural...

Proposed controls could slow pace of STAR bond applications

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Kansas lawmakers are about to get tough on a potent but controversial tax break that critics say has been abused over the years. Republican leaders...

Broadband task force appointed

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A new task force to study the state's needs for high-speed Internet service and how to meet those demands has now been appointed. Here's a...

Committee considers last-minute STAR bond restriction

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A House-Senate conference committee is considering a last-minute proposal that would place a new restriction on a major tax break used to attract tourism. Democratic...

Tax incentive transparency bill headed to governor

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A bill intended to create more openness about the state's development incentives is on its way to the governor. The Legislature has passed a bill...

Kansas Senate poised to tackle high electricity rates

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The Kansas Senate is apparently lining up to tackle Kansas’ high electricity rates with a resolution calling on state regulators to keep rates regionally...

Kansas lawmakers work to fix Israel boycott law

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Kansas lawmakers are trying to fix a constitutional flaw in a law passed last year that bars state contractors from boycotting Israel. Legislators are considering...

Kansans for Life opposing Toland nomination

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Kansans for Life has come out against David Toland's nomination for commerce secretary, sending a letter to senators questioning his relationship to a memorial...

Lawmakers move to add arts funding

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Lawmakers are moving to put more money into the arts after years of funding cuts that saw the dismantling of the Kansas Arts Commission. A...