Senate passes property tax transparency bill with a twist


The Kansas Senate on Thursday approved a bill requiring more public disclosure when local governments collect extra tax dollars from rising property values and providing property tax relief to seniors and veterans.

The Senate voted 35-2 to pass a bill patterned after laws in Utah and Tennessee requiring local governments to hold hearings and vote to accept extra revenues coming from . . .


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