(Will be updated)
The Kansas Senate on Wednesday afternoon narrowly failed to overturn Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a nearly $1.4 billion tax bill that would have moved the state to a single tax rate coupled with cuts in property taxes and an increase in the standard deduction.
The Senate voted 26-14 for the bill, falling one vote short of the 27 needed to reverse the governor's veto of a bill that she said . . .
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