Kansans’ ability to itemize may be price to funding schools


The ability of Kansans to itemize on their state tax returns likely will be on the line as Kansas legislators figure out how to put more money into schools.

A couple bills now pending in the Legislature would return millions to Kansas taxpayers who may have been unwittingly hurt when Congress reformed the tax code last year.

But those bills may be in jeopardy with lawmakers working on a plan to put millions into schools to meet a state Supreme Court ruling.

The issue is muddled even more because of an SSJ

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