The Kansas House on Wednesday passed a compromise bill that will limit the ability of local governments to regulate vacant residential and commercial property.
The bill - approved 87-36 - would ban local governments from imposing fees or taxes for registering vacant or abandoned properties. It now goes to the Senate.
The House, however, agreed to retain the ability of local governments to impose registration requirements on a vacant residential or commercial property in order to . . .
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