Kansas special legislative session on tax cuts set to begin in June

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Wednesday that she will call a special legislative session on tax cuts beginning June 18.

The move comes after the Democratic governor vetoed three Republican plans to cut taxes this year, setting up a high-stakes election-year tussle with the GOP-controlled Kansas Legislature.

"I am committed to working with the Legislature to deliver responsible, sustainable tax cuts for all Kansans," Kelly said in a statement. "A special session provides the opportunity for bipartisan collaboration on comprehensive tax relief that does not threaten Kansa...


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