UPDATED: Foreign land ownership sidelined in Senate


(Updated to reflect that foreign land ownership bill failed to pass Saturday)

A bill banning foreign interests from “countries of concern” from owning or acquiring land within 100 miles of a military base located in Kansas or an adjacent state ran into a roadblock early Saturday morning.

The bill only mustered 19 votes on the Senate floor, two votes short of the 21 needed for passage. The bill was sent to a conference committee. Six . . .


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