(Updated: Story updated to reflect quotes and more context and details from the committee meeting; also corrects cost of the itemization portion of the tax plan.)
A Senate panel on Thursday signed off on a tax bill that would cost $192 million next year in an effort to return a so-called windfall from gains in state revenue resulting from changes in the federal tax code.
The special Senate committee - chaired by the Senate president - voted to send the bill to the full Senate for consideration after three days of hearings in which multinational companies asked lawmakers to pass the . . .