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Paul Davis during a campaign event in 2014. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, April 13th

Davis is a former state legislator and candidate for governor.

Members of the Kansas House debate Medicaid expansion. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, April 13th

Kansas is not alone in facing a divided state government.

The Kansas House chamber. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, April 13th

Lawmakers could take up the issue after they return to Topeka in May.

Inside the Kansas Statehouse rotunda, looking up inside the inner dome. (Photo by J. Schafer)
Kansas News Service Monday, April 10th

Kansas lawmakers have left town for the Easter break.  Lawmakers struck a deal to balance the current year's budget.  But when they return next month, they'll have a lot left to do.  Legislators still need to craft a new school funding formula and find a way to address a budget shortfall of nearly $1 billion over the next two years.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Monday, April 10th

Lawmakers will have to take on budget and tax issues in May.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo courtesy of the Kansas News Service)
Sunday, April 9th

Lawmakers will have to tackle some big issues when they return in May.

The Verruckt water slide in Kansas City. (Photo by Laura Spencer, KCUR)
Stephen Koranda Friday, April 7th

The bill would put tighter regulations in place for amusement park rides.

Jim McLean Friday, April 7th

The bill is being characterized as a compromise between large grocery store chains and smaller, "mom-and-pop" liquor stores. 

Senate President Susan Wagle speaking to reporters Friday. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Friday, April 7th

They'll return in May to continue work.

The House passed a bill to allow grocery stores to start selling full-strength beer in April of 2019.
Kansas News Service Friday, April 7th

Opponents argue that allowing the sale of full-strength beer in grocery stores will force small liquor stores out of business.  


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