SB 50

  • Kansas Senate Bill
  • 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Mar 15, 2021
  • Passed Senate Mar 11, 2021
  • Passed House Mar 29, 2021
  • Governor

Requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit sales, compensating use and transient guest taxes and prepaid wireless 911 fees, removing clickthrough nexus provisions, providing for addition and subtraction modifications for the treatment of global intangible low-taxed income, business interest, capital contributions, FDIC premiums and business meals, expanding the expense deduction for income taxpayers and calculating the deduction amount, providing the ability to elect to itemize for individuals, providing an exemption of unemployment compensation income attributable as a result of identity fraud, removing the line for reporting compensating use tax from individual tax returns, extending the dates when corporate tax returns are required to be filed, increasing the Kansas standard deduction and providing for an extension of the corporate net operating loss carryforward period.

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (1)

Committee on Assessment and Taxation

     
Original Sponsor

Votes


Actions


May 03, 2021

House

Motion to override veto prevailed; Yea: 84 Nay: 39

Senate

Motion to override veto prevailed; Yea: 30 Nay: 10

Senate

Vetoed by Governor; Returned to Senate on Friday, April 16, 2021

Apr 06, 2021

Senate

Enrolled and presented to Governor on Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Mar 30, 2021

House

Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 81 Nay: 43

Senate

Concurred with amendments; Yea: 30 Nay: 10

Mar 29, 2021

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Probst

House

Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Gartner

House

Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Gartner was rejected Yea: 41 Nay: 81

House

Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Probst was rejected Yea: 48 Nay: 74

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Coleman

House

Representative Carpenter, B. raised a question of germaneness. The amendment was ruled not germane.

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Stogsdill

House

Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Stogsdill was rejected Yea: 40 Nay: 80

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Clayton

House

Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Clayton was rejected Yea: 44 Nay: 78

House

Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended

House

Committee of the Whole - Now working on

Mar 26, 2021

House

Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by Committee on Taxation

Mar 16, 2021

House

Referred to Committee on Taxation

Mar 15, 2021

House

Received and Introduced

Mar 11, 2021

Senate

Committee of the Whole - Now working on

Senate

Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 35 Nay: 3

Senate

Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended

Senate

Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted

Feb 26, 2021

Senate

Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by Committee on Assessment and Taxation

Jan 27, 2021

Senate

Hearing: Wednesday, February 3, 2021, 9:30 AM Room 548-S

Jan 22, 2021

Senate

Referred to Committee on Assessment and Taxation

Jan 21, 2021

Senate

Introduced

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Enrolled - Law effective July 1, 2021 PDF
As Amended by House Committee PDF
As Amended by Senate Committee PDF
As introduced PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
As Amended by Senate Committee - Supplementary Note
As Amended by House Committee - Supplementary Note

Sources

Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Kansas State Legislature.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.