The head of a Kansas Senate commitee lays out his proposals to raise taxes by $470 million annually to eliminate a projected budget deficit. The plan from Assessment and Taxation Committee Chairman Les Donovan would eliminate an income tax break for business owners and farmers enacted in 2012, increase the state sales tax from 6.15 percent to 6.5 percent. It would also increase taxes on property, tobacco, alcohol and gasoline.
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