The Kansas Senate on Thursday morning passed an estimated $165 million in tax cuts over three years, including a property tax break for seniors and disabled veterans and an increase in the standard deduction for Kansas taxpayers.
The Senate voted 36-2 to pass a property tax freeze for seniors 65 and older or disabled veterans whose total household income does not exceed $75,000 with a home worth no more than $485,000.
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