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

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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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