Proposed constitutional amendment would limit tax increases


A fifth constitutional amendment is emerging in the Kansas Legislature, this one requiring a supermajority of lawmakers to approve tax increases.

Later this week, a Senate committee will take up a proposed constitutional amendment requiring two-thirds of the Kansas Legislature to raise taxes.

If approved by the Legislature, the amendment - introduced in the Senate last week - would go on this November's ballot.

The bill would require a two-thirds majority of the House and Senate to enact any new . . .


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