The Kansas House has overwhelmingly rejected a new budget-balancing plan to raise sales and tobacco taxes and suspend the state’s “march to zero” income taxes. That has negotiators back at the bargaining table today. This plan would’ve raised the state sales tax by half a percent and bumped cigarette taxes up 50 cents a pack. There also wouldn’t be any more income tax cuts until at least 2020.
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