Legislature sends revised tax bill to governor


The Kansas Legislature is sending Gov. Laura Kelly a second tax bill that will cost about $265 million less than the legislation she vetoed earlier this session.

The House voted 83-41 late Saturday night to approve the bill, which will give up about $239 million in revenue to account for changes in the federal tax code that are expected to bring the state a revenue windfall.

The bill now goes to Kelly, who has . . .


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