DALLAS — A joint Kansas legislative committee has passed along two versions of a plan for financing the state’s next 10-year transportation effort to the Legislature, which will begin its 2010 session on Monday.

Both versions call for $300 million of new highway bonding capacity until additional taxes become effective in January 2013, and then another $2 billion of debt over the next 10 years.

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