Senate narrowly passes tax cuts; Speaker optimistic it will pass in House

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The Senate early Friday approved a bill preserving Kansans ability to itemize on their state taxes and returns a revenue bonanza the state expects to collect because of federal tax code changes.

The Senate's narrow 21-19 vote sends the bill over to the House, which will take up its first major tax policy debate of the 2018 legislative session sometime Friday.

House speaker Ron Ryckman Jr. said Friday morning he thinks it has a good chance of passing in his chamber. "There's a lot of . . .

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