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UPDATED: Senate approves sports wagering bill

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(Updated to clarify the tax percentages on sports wagering; edits throughout) A bill allowing Kansas to become the 21st state to allow sports wagering cleared...

Bill pitting banks against credit unions advances

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A Senate panel on Tuesday passed out a bill that the banks and credit unions have been wrestling over this session and could cost...

New sports-betting bill could expand lottery online

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The debate over sports betting started fresh this week, but with a new wrinkle that possibly expands the Kansas Lottery into online sales. Senators started...

Banks, credit unions square off over tax policy

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A Senate panel on Thursday wrapped up three days of hearings on legislation that pits banks against credit unions over tax policy. The state's banking...

UPDATED: Incentives for repopulating rural Kansas failing, report says

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(Updated to reflect that no rural opportunity zone county had an population increase bigger than 2.5%) Almost a decade ago, experts warned that using tax...

Little oversight of development funds, audit says

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The state provides little supervision over how millions of dollars in economic development funds are spent, a new audit says. State auditors on Wednesday reported...

UPDATED: Kansas border war pact demands parity for local tax breaks

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(Updated to include statements from Kansas City mayor and Good Jobs First) Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday signed an executive order intended to end...

Missouri, Kansas approaching collision over border war?

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Kansas and Missouri appear to be heading toward a collision over an agreement that would end the practice of businesses using tax breaks to...

Utility study could run as high as $1.3 million

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A plan to study utility rates in Kansas as could run as much as $1.3 million, lawmakers were told Monday. Tom Day, director of Legislative...

Lottery rolls out first vending machines

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The Kansas Lottery on Wednesday rolled out the first of 272 vending machines it plans to put in stores with high-volume sales and lots...