State poised for major investment in rural housing


The state of Kansas is about to invest nearly $200 million in rural housing as part of a broad initiative to foster economic development in areas without enough homes to support a robust work force.

The Kansas Legislature this week passed a bill worth roughly $120 million in tax credits to jump start the housing market in rural Kansas plus more than another $65 million that's earmarked in the state budget for constructing new homes.

The bill passed SSJ

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