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Kansas Lawmakers Hit the Road, Leaving Much Work Waiting for Their Return in May

Inside the Kansas Statehouse rotunda, looking up inside the inner dome. (Photo by J. Schafer)

The Kansas Legislature adjourned for spring break with a deal to balance the current year’s budget. Lawmakers have a plan for school funding, but they still have to pass it.  They'll also need to agree on a mix of spending cuts and revenue increases to close the giant budget gaps projected for the next two years.  Kansas News Service editors Amy Jeffries and Jim McLean joined reporter Sam Zeff to talk about how Kansas lawmakers might ultimately solve the state’s budget problems.


That was Sam Zeff, along with Amy Jeffries and Jim McLean from the Kansas News Service, talking about the state budget here in Kansas.  The Kansas News Service is a collaboration involving KPR, KMUW and KCUR, covering education, health, and politics across the state.

 

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