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Top Kansas lawmaker suggests fee on utility bill for schools

 

April 28, 2017



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Senate's majority leader is suggesting that the state impose an extra fee on utility bills to provide new dollars for public schools.

Overland Park Republican Jim Denning said Thursday that he's drafting a proposal to charge residential customers $3 a month on each of their water, electric and natural gas bills. He said he would seek a $10-per-month charge for businesses.

Denning doesn't know yet how much money the plan would raise.

He outlined his idea as the House and Senate budget committees had preliminary discussions on budget issues before lawmakers re...



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