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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