Kansas Legislature

HB 2106

AN ACT concerning income taxation; relating to tax returns; extending the dates when corporate returns are required to be filed; providing conformity with the federal return due date for returns other than corporate returns; relating to adjusted gross income; exempting compensation income attributable as a result of identity fraud; providing a subtraction modification for amounts received from retirement plans; relating to withholding tax; providing a temporary option for teleworking employees; amending K.S.A. 79-3221 and 79-32,117 and repealing the existing sections.

House - Substitute motion to not adopt and appoint a conference committee failed - 04/28/2022

On roll call the vote was:

Yea - (39):

Alcala, Amyx, Ballard, Byers, Carlin, Carmichael, Clayton, Coleman, Curtis, Fairchild, Featherston, Finney, Garber, Gartner, Haswood, Helgerson, Henderson, Highberger, Houser, Hoye, Kuether, Lee, Meyer, Miller, Neighbor, Ohaebosim, Osman, Ousley, Poskin, Probst, Rhiley, S. Ruiz, Sawyer, Schmidt, Stogsdill, Weigel, Winn, Wolfe Moore, Xu,

Nay - (75):

Anderson, Arnberger, Baker, Barker, Bergkamp, Bergquist, Blex, Borjon, Burris, Carlson, W. Carpenter, Clark, Clifford, Collins, Concannon, Corbet, Croft, Delperdang, Dodson, Donohoe, Ellis, Eplee, Esau, Estes, Finch, Francis, French, Hawkins, Hoffman, Hoheisel, Howe, Howell, Howerton, Huebert, Humphries, S. Johnson, T. Johnson, Kelly, Kessler, Landwehr, Long, Lynn, Mason, Minnix, Moser, Murphy, Neelly, Newland, Orr, Owens, Patton, Penn, Proctor, Proehl, Rahjes, Ralph, Resman, Ryckman, Samsel, Sanders, Schreiber, Seiwert, A. Smith, C. Smith, E. Smith, Tarwater, Thomas, Thompson, Toplikar, Turner, Waggoner, Wasinger, Waymaster, Wheeler, Williams,

Present but not Voting - (0):

Absent and Not Voting - (11):

Awerkamp, Burroughs, Helmer, Highland, Jacobs, Poetter Parshall, L. Ruiz, Sutton, Vaughn, Victors, Woodard,

Not Voting - (0):