House overrides veto of tax bill; Senate up next


The Kansas House on Friday overrode Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a new tax bill that she said was too expensive and would put the state's fiscal health at risk.

The House voted 104-15 to override the veto of the bill, which would cost about $1.56 billion over three years and would move the state to a two-tier structure with the bottom bracket eliminated.

The bill, which drew bipartisan support . . .


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