State government is facing a $350 million budget deficit, an amount that could double next year. What's the state of Kansas going to do about it? No one knows for sure. But the governor will outline some of his budget priorities Tuesday night in his annual State of the State address, the 135th Kansas State of the State address. Join KPR Tuesday night at 5 for live coverage of the speech, as well as the Democratic response. KPR's J. Schafer will anchor our coverage. Emporia State University Political Science Professor Michael Smith and KPR Statehouse Bureau Chief Stephen Koranda will provide analysis. That's 5 p.m., Tuesday, on #MyKPR.
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