Capitol Review – Session Wrap-Up

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2018 Kansas Legislative Report The Kansas Legislature adjourned Sine Die its 90-day legislative session on Friday, May 4. Your government affairs staff worked day and night watching for your best interests in Topeka so you didn’t have to. Take a … Continued

Capitol Review – Veto Session Preview

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Kansas lawmakers returned to Topeka on Thursday after an almost three-week spring break. Heading into Veto Session, lawmakers were faced with three main tasks before final adjournment: passing a budget, adding the $80 million left out of the K-12 funding … Continued

Capitol Review – Week 13

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Photo Courtesy of iStock.com The Kansas Legislature adjourned just after midnight Sunday morning, but not before some baffling twists, turns and political maneuvering. First adjournment was originally scheduled for Friday, but lawmakers continued their work into Saturday before finally passing … Continued

Capitol Review – Week 12

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Photo Courtesy of iStock.com Lawmakers spent most of last week debating bills on the floor, while non-exempt committees met intermittently as needed. Thursday was the last day for bills not “blessed” by the Speaker or Senate President to be considered … Continued

Capitol Review – Week 11

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Photo Courtesy of iStock.com Friday marked the last day for non-exempt committees (budget, tax, federal and state affairs) to meet and finish their work for the 2018 Legislative Session. Both the House and Senate are on the floor all this … Continued

Capitol Review – Week 10

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Photo Courtesy of iStock.com Last week, both the House Appropriations and Senate Ways and Means Committees began hearing and working on their respective budget rescission bills, which marks a turning point during any legislative session. House Bill 2468 and Senate Bill 269 make adjustments … Continued

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