Kansas senators are studying what it would take to send a so-called “windfall” back to state taxpayers. The price tag could hit $400 million over three years.
The federal tax cut of 2017 will have some Kansans paying more in state taxes.
Republican Senate President Susan Wagle is in a hurry to pass legislation that would apply to tax returns being filed now.
“If we don’t pass this bill, backdate this bill, Kansas individuals, families and businesses will all have a tax increase this year,” Wagle says.