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Governor signs tax cuts in statehouse ceremony

TOPEKA (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback  signed massive income tax cuts into Kansas law during a statehouse ceremony Tuesday amid an ongoing debate over whether they'll open an age of economic prosperity or an era of permanent budget crisis.
Brownback's office set the signing for noon.
The governor and his fellow conservative Republicans argue that the cuts will stimulate the state's economy and generate new jobs. In the announcement of the ceremony, the governor's office described the bill as "pro-growth" and "one of the largest tax relief measures in state history."
The new law will cut top ...


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