"Kansas legislators learned Wednesday that they might have enough bipartisan support to pass a big income tax increase to balance the state's budget, though Republican Gov. Sam Brownback said he would not sign the measure.
The GOP-controlled House gave first-round approval to a bill that would generate more than $1 billion in new revenues over two years, starting in July. It would raise income tax rates Brownback persuaded lawmakers to cut, restore a third tax bracket he had eliminated and end an exemption for more than 330,000 farmers and business owners that he championed."
Who didn't see this coming, besides Brownback?
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