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October 22, 2012 12:00 AM

Kansas Views on sales tax, Kochs, boat amendment, Kansas Main Street, irrigation

Sales tax – Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback reopened the door to the possibility of keeping the state sales tax where it is and blocking a scheduled reduction in July. “I’m not opposed to it,” he said. “It’s just, let’s see where we are in the budget.” But letting the sales-tax increase go permanent is rife with hypocrisy.

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