Discussions about Kansas income tax increase stall again


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Discussions about increasing taxes in Kansas to fix the state's budget and provide additional funds for public schools have again stalled, as leaders look for a plan lawmakers can support.

House and Senate tax negotiators were scheduled to meet Thursday morning, but the meeting was cancelled. The House and Senate tax committees met separately Thursday afternoon but didn't advance any new proposals to either chamber.

The chambers cancelled votes on two similar income tax packages this week because they didn't have enough support. The plans would have created a third inc...

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