The Kansas House approved nearly $1.4 billion in tax cuts over three years that will eliminate the sales tax on food this summer, cut property taxes and increase the standard deduction while reducing taxes for banks and other corporations.
The House voted 94-30 to pass the tax bill, drawing support from a handful Democrats who believe the tax package will benefit all Kansans, especially seniors and those who are less affluent.
The bill . . .
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