(Updated to reflect comments from the governor; adds cost to the state by reducing the state sales tax on food.)
The Republican-controlled Legislature barreled toward a confrontation with Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday as the House passed a tax bill giving up more than $500 million during the next three years.
The House voted 76-43 mostly along party lines to pass the bill, which includes a mix of provisions that mostly focus on returning extra revenue the state expects to collect from changes in . . .