Lawmakers are eyeing ag land values

Eastern Kansas legislators see potential for more revenue

It’s only natural that agricultural land would provide a significant part of the tax base in rural counties.

And while the use-value method of determining property taxes may not find a lot of support with landowners, any alternatives could prove to be even less attractive.

Yet, that could be the result if Kansas lawmakers decide to tinker with how ag land is assessed and taxed.


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