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  • The Kansas House has passed legislation requiring doctors to care for infants born alive after an attempted abortion...water levels in the Ogallala Aquifer continue to decline...and the K-State Wildcats beat Michigan State to advance to the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Details on those stories and more can be found here.
  • The Republican-controlled Kansas Senate has approved a $9.3 billion budget plan that rejects several spending recommendations from Democratic Governor Laura Kelly, including Medicaid expansion...legislators are examining a bill that would expand vaccine exemptions for children and adults...and another bill would ease penalties for people convicted of driving with a suspended license. Details on those stories and more can be found here.
  • The Kansas Senate has advanced a state budget which includes some controversial provisions...the most recent survey shows the Ogallala Aquifer declined by an average of nearly two feet across western and central Kansas this past year....and firefighters have been battling numerous blazes in Riley County. Details on these stories, and more, can be found here.
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