2021

January – May 2021
Following the election, both the Kansas House and Senate Republicans look to have supermajorities, which will potentially allow them to override any veto by the Governor. This will prove significant when considering issues such as tax policy, possible Medicaid expansion, and the redistricting of candidate districts after the census.

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2020

January – May 2020
This year, we anticipate increases in future state budgetary demands concerning such items as the state retirement system (KPERS), school funding, the state highway plan, Medicaid expansion and increased funding for social services.

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2019

January – May 2019
The legislature tackled some important issues, including the annual budget, a large tax bill and some smaller items concerning scrap metal theft and CBD oils. While the legislature was not in session, Governor Laura Kelly signed various bills or allowed the bills to become law without her signature. The legislature is now adjourned until January 2020.

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