Legislature adjourns without acting on sports incentives; could be addressed at special session


The Kansas Legislature adjourned Wednesday morning without acting on proposed tax incentives intended to draw the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals to Kansas.

But there's a possibility the Legislature could still take up the issue at a special session that Gov. Laura Kelly plans to call for cutting taxes.

Senate President Ty Masterson said the timing of the bill was inopportune, putting lawmakers in a position of giving development incentives to a professional sports franchise without first approving tax cuts for the general population.

"The timing is so terrible to say we didn't deliver tax relief to the . . .


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