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Kansas Farmers Mostly Accepting New Tax Policy

Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts says Governor Brownback's signature income tax exemption didn't make a huge difference for most farmers in the state. (Photo: Bryan Thompson, Kansas News Service)

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s prized income tax exemption for businesses is now gone. Brownback says that’s bad for Kansas families, and job creation. But, as Bryan Thompson with the Kansas News Service reports, a big contingent of business owners who benefited from the exemption -- namely, farmers -- don’t seem too upset about losing the tax break. 

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