When the Kansas Legislature returns to Topeka for its wrap-up session next week, lawmakers will be on the lookout for even more budget cuts. Experts decreased the state's revenue projections by 30 million dollars. That leaves a 10 million-dollar shortfall for this year, and a 20-million dollar gap for next year. Still, Senator Jean Schodorf of Wichita says that she was surprised that the estimates came in as high as they did:
The legislative wrap-up session begins in Topeka on April 27th.