H.B. 3019 relates to alternative-fueled motor vehicle property. The bill would provide income tax credits of not more than:
The bill amends the definition of "taxpayer" to include any person who owns and operates fueling stations.
The spokesperson for the Propane Marketers Association of Kansas testified in support of the bill. She pointed out that one drawback to convincing Kansans to use alternative motor fuels is the lack of easily accessible refueling stations. She noted that tax incentives would help to encourage installation of such stations.
1. *Supplemental notes are prepared by the Legislative Research Department and do not express legislative intent. The supplemental note and fiscal note for this bill may be accessed on the Internet at http://www.ink.org/public/legislative/fulltext-bill.html.