Kansas lawmakers delay discussions of taxes, school funding
May 17, 2017
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators are delaying discussions about public school funding and raising taxes to fix the state budget.
House and Senate negotiators who had planned to convene Tuesday to discuss proposals for increasing income taxes never scheduled a meeting.
Lead House negotiator Steven Johnson said he doesn't know when the group will convene again. The Assaria Republican said it's an indication that lawmakers remain divided on tax issues.
The House postponed a debate until at least Thursday on a plan to phase in a $280 million increase in spending on public schools over t...