The Kansas Senate on Tuesday approved as much as $44 million in property tax relief for businesses that were hurt were during the COVID-19 pandemic because of government restrictions and shutdowns.
The bill, approved on a 33-6 vote, is intended to generally help small businesses that suffered financially when the government ordered shutdowns and limited public movement when the pandemic hit the state last year.
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