Senate passes incentive for $4 billion development


(Developing: Will be updated)

The Kansas Senate on Thursday approved a new development incentive to help win the recruiting battle for a $4 billion manufacturing prospect that's been characterized as one of the biggest projects in state history.

The chamber voted 32-7 to approve the package of incentives for the mysterious development prospect that is considering Kansas along with another site for what Lt. Gov. David Toland described as the largest private-sector . . .


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