Brownback proposal would limit property tax increases

Brownback proposal would limit property tax increases

Wichita : KS : USA | Oct 26, 2012 at 12:11 PM PDT
Source: Wichita Eagle
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Republican legislators joined Gov. Sam Brownback in Wichita on Friday to announce a proposed property tax reform plan that they said will put an end to an ever increasing escalation in assessed valuations on houses and buildings and give residents and businesses some tax relief. FULL ARTICLE AT Wichita Eagle
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