The Kansas House on Tuesday approved an economic development incentive worth an estimated $1.3 billion to land what could be one of the biggest economic development projects in state history.
Described at one point as a "train wreck" after it passed the Senate, the legislation emerged victorious on an 80-41 vote after lawmakers worked throughout the week to clean up the bill to make it more workable and politically palatable.
It now goes . . .
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