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The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, April 6th

Governor Sam Brownback had endorsed the plan.

Kansas News Service Thursday, April 6th

The Kansas House bill calls for $750 million in new school funding over five years, but it also contains some money for at-risk student programs and all-day kindergarten.

Kansas News Service Wednesday, April 5th

The Kansas House's K-12 Budget Committee remains committed to a $750 million increase in school funding over five years...but that still might not be enough to satisfy the state Supreme Court.

Governor Sam Brownback speaking earlier this year. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, April 5th

A new proposal could be made public as soon as Wednesday

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is discussing a flat income tax proposal with state lawmakers. (Photo by Dan Skinner)
Associated Press Wednesday, April 5th

Earlier in the session, lawmakers rejected a budget plan from the governor.  Now, they're considering a proposal from the governor for a flat personal income tax.

House Speaker Ron Ryckman. (File photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, April 4th

Lawmakers could leave early unless a tax plan makes progress.

The Kansas Senate chamber. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, April 4th

The proposal would set the state's sole income tax rate at 4.6 percent.

A protest on the University of Kansas campus Tuesday. (Photo by Courtney Bierman)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, April 4th

The House rejected a motion that would have allowed debate on concealed carry issues.

Kansas News Service Monday, April 3rd

The chairman of the K-12 Budget Committee wants a constitutional lawyer to sign off on any plan to be sure it will meet the requirements set forward by the Kansas Supreme Court. 

The Kansas House chamber. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Monday, April 3rd

A procedural move could open the door to amending state concealed carry laws.


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