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TOPEKA, Kan. – As lawmakers return to Topeka for another special session, Americans for Prosperity-Kansas State Director Elizabeth Patton issued the following statement:
“With too many Kansans dealing with mounting financial strain, it’s unfortunate that Governor Kelly vetoed truth in taxation legislation that would have provided more transparency and accountability for property taxes, as well as payment flexibility for families impacted by COVID-19.
“During this special session, lawmakers must focus on issues that will directly help Kansans during this unprecedented time. Kansans need certainty. Now, more than ever, we need lawmakers to come together and pass legislation that will swiftly and directly help Kansans recover from this crisis and position our state to better prepared for the next one.”
There were several items in House Bill 2054 that AFP encourages lawmakers to further during this special session: