Senate passes new ‘compromise’ tax plan


A little more than two weeks after it passed a single tax rate with a supermajority, the Kansas Senate agreed to a compromise plan that cuts state taxes on income, property and Social Security while expanding a tax credit for child care.

The Senate voted 38-1 to approve a new tax plan that costs $1.4 billion over three . . .


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