It’s legislation aimed at saving you money.
But mayors in Wyandotte and Johnson Counties are fighting back, saying it will do more harm than good.
We’re talking about a property tax lid.
During last year’s legislative session, Kansas lawmakers passed the “lid,” requiring local governments to get voter approval to raise property taxes above the rate of inflation.
The law takes effect in 2018 but this session lawmakers are trying to move up the deadline to July 2016.
(Read more: Local News | KSHB)