Politics & Government

May 14, 2013 5:20 PM

Senate, House GOP leaders wrangle over Kansas tax policy, spending proposals

The GOP-controlled House and Senate are at an impasse over tax policy in Kansas, unable to agree on even how much to project state revenue will grow, Senate President Susan Wagle said Tuesday.

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