Constitutional amendment limiting taxes fails in Senate


constitutional amendment requiring a supermajority of lawmakers to approve tax increases failed to muster enough votes to pass in the Kansas Senate early Thursday morning.

The amendment came up two votes short of the 27 it needed to pass the Senate. The vote was 25-14 in favor of the amendment.

The amendment would have required a two-thirds majority of the House and Senate to enact any new state tax or increasing the . . .


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