Five takeaways from Senate tax debate as bill advances


The Kansas Senate on Wednesday advanced a bill that would give up about $187 million in revenue next year to offset a so-called revenue windfall the state expects to receive from a change in the federal tax code.

Here's what the bill does and the accompanying fiscal note, which shows the state would give up a little more than . . .


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