Tax deal proving elusive as session winds down


(Will be updated after 8:30 a.m. conference committee meeting)

Kansas lawmakers will return to work Wednesday after meeting into the night Tuesday trying to iron out a plan to cut taxes as this year's legislative session winds down.

A House-Senate conference committee is expected to resume negotiations at 8:30 this morning over a tax bill that could potentially cost hundreds of millions of dollars depending on what legislators agree on before the session ends.

Where the negotiations are headed is unclear.

There are just three days left in the legislative session.  The House and  Senate . . .


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