DALLAS – Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will recommend extending a temporary state sales tax increase next month when he proposes a fiscal 2014 budget that reduces state spending.

Budget Director Steve Anderson said Brownback wants to use the revenue generated by extending the higher sales tax to whittle away at the personal income tax rate.

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