The state of Kansas could be in danger of losing millions of dollars in federal aid that helps pay for special education. A bill that has passed the House would trim state spending for the current fiscal year. The goal is to leave the state with an ending balance to help cover a shortfall next fiscal year. As KPR’s Stephen Koranda tells us, the House bill includes a cut to education funding, putting the federal dollars at risk.
Tag out- A spokesperson for Governor Sam Brownback says he is willing to work with lawmakers on the issue.