DALLAS — Kansas would shift from reliance on the income tax for the bulk of state revenues to the sales tax in a plan Gov. Sam Brownback proposed to lawmakers.

Keeping the sales tax rate at 6.3% will provide the revenue needed to offset income tax rate cuts, Brownback said in his State of the State speech Tuesday at the opening of the 2013 Legislature.

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