Sprint piled up $100 million in Kansas income tax credits that expired after a bill extending a key development incentive failed to win legislative approval.
The telecommunications company told lawmakers it had amassed $108 million in income tax credits when it built its world headquarters in Overland Park, but it wasn’t able to use them as it struggled to turn a profit.
The company had only been able to use $8 million of its tax credits, leaving about $100 million to expire March 31.
Sprint lobbied . . .
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