(Updated to reflect House final action; corrects the time between audits)
The Kansas House on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill aimed at opening up more information about the state's development incentive programs and having them audited every three years.
The economic incentives bill, similar to one that died in the Legislature last year, calls for the Commerce Department to create a database revealing who receives the incentives as well as the amount of the incentives distributed to each business across the state.
"Making key economic incentive . . .
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