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May 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Dave Trabert: Don’t extend the sales tax

Gov. Sam Brownback signed historic tax reform legislation last May that would reduce state income taxes by about $800 million in its first full year. As the Legislature returns Wednesday, the debate is about how much of last year’s tax reform will be wiped out.

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