A new report commissioned by one of the state's leading business groups suggests that lawmakers should tweak a much-criticized cap on local property taxes.
Hired by the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, the conservative-leaning Tax Foundation urged the state to consider restructuring the local property tax lid that the Legislature imposed in 2015 and started in 2017.
The Washington-based think tank suggested reworking the local tax lid, which generally requires voters to approve city and county property tax increases higher than inflation from . . .