On February 9, 2021, Governor Laura Kelly announced a plan to add market facilitator collection and remittance to other tax related legislation, Senate Bill 22. The governor noted that Kansas is one of only three states that has not enacted marketplace facilitator provisions and that this change would allow Kansas “…to collect from fewer entities and increase compliance.” The plan also proposes a tax on digital products, including video streaming services. The governor stated that the additional revenue generates by marketplace facilitator and digital goods provisions would allow the state to increase the Kansas standard deduction by 20% in 2021 and 35% in 2022. Earlier in February, Kansas introduced H.B. 2230, which would impose sales tax on digital property and subscription services.