Senate doles out tax credits, property tax relief


The Kansas Senate on Thursday dealt out tens of millions of dollars in tax credits and property tax cuts while narrowly turning back Gov. Laura Kelly's proposal for a $250 tax rebate.

The Senate rolled up several tax proposals together, including credits for school teachers, a general property tax break on school taxes, a tax credit for rural housing development and a tax credit for graduates of aviation-related programs and their employers.

The Senate also agreed to freezing property taxes for seniors and veterans, but stopped short of giving the Democrats a . . .


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