Thursday, September 18, 2014

Correction

By The Herald Staff | 5/21/2014

State Reps. Blaine Finch, R-Ottawa, and Kevin Jones, R-Wellsville, voted against House Bill 2643, which was signed into law by Gov. Sam Brownback May 14. The new law will enact tax law change, including machinery and equipment classifications, mortgage registration tax phase out, and rural opportunity zone expansion.

The bill was originally published as House Bill 2463, which refers to creating civil liability for acts of terrorism; forfeiture of property related to violations of certain criminal acts. Finch and Jones both voted to approve that bill.

State Reps. Blaine Finch, R-Ottawa, and Kevin Jones, R-Wellsville, voted against House Bill 2643, which was signed into law by Gov. Sam Brownback May 14. The new law will enact tax law change, including machinery and equipment classifications, mortgage registration tax phase out, and rural opportunity zone expansion.

The bill was originally published as House Bill 2463, which refers to creating civil liability for acts of terrorism; forfeiture of property related to violations of certain criminal acts. Finch and Jones both voted to approve that bill.

A report in Tuesday’s Herald, which was based on information from the governor’s office, was incorrect.

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