A sweeping plan that would affect how much Kansans pay for groceries and what corporations owe in taxes may soon head to Gov. Laura Kelly, who vetoed a similar bill earlier this year.
Under it, the state is projected to take in $245 million less in revenue over the next three years. The House is expected to debate the bill soon, after the Senate approved it 27-13 on Thursday.
Although the new bill is different in some ways from the vetoed one, Democrats continue to condemn it as a corporate handout and Republicans counter that it returns to taxpayers money the state shouldn’t be collecting.
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