Legislature sends foreign land ownership bill to governor


The Kansas Legislature has approved a bill that would ban foreign interests from adversarial countries from owning or acquiring land within 100 miles of a military base in Kansas or an adjacent state.

The Senate voted 24-14 to approve the bill that bans foreign principals from "countries of concern" from acquiring any interest in nonresidential real property located close to a military base. The bill passed the House SSJ

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