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Kansas News Service Monday, May 22nd

One state senator says Kansas could save a lot of money if it stopped educating out-of-state children.

Republican Senator Ty Masterson and other conservative lawmakers outline a new budget plan. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Monday, May 22nd

House members rejected a tax plan and conservative lawmakers outlined new budget ideas.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Sunday, May 21st

The issue of concealed carry in public buildings could continue to draw attention.

(Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Associated Press Saturday, May 20th

Kansas legislators adjourned for the weekend after little progress on big issues like school funding and the state's budget gap.  When they reconvene Monday, they'll be only days away from the 100th day of their annual session, which is supposed to be their last.

Kansas News Service Friday, May 19th

If Kansas lawmakers don't come up with an adequate funding plan for public education before June 30th, the state Supreme Court could order public schools to close.  And if that happens, some fear a lot of hungry kids won't get fed this summer.

Raney Gilliland points to damage caused by the water leak. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Friday, May 19th

The water flooded offices housing the Kansas Legislative Research Department.

This year's session hits the 95 day mark today (FRI). Lawmakers met for a record 114 days in 2015.
Kansas News Service Friday, May 19th

Lawmakers face the twin challenges of closing a nearly $1 billion dollar budget gap and increasing school funding. 

Kobach has promoted a Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship in order to vote.
KMUW Radio Friday, May 19th

Kansas Secretary of State Kobach cites nine successful voter fraud prosecutions as evidence of a significant problem.

Kansas News Service Friday, May 19th

The Kansas Legislature has created a special task force to look into the state's troubled foster care system.

Representative Steven Johnson speaking at a meeting earlier this month. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, May 18th

The proposal would have fully reversed tax cuts pushed by Governor Sam Brownback.

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