Kansas lawmakers passed a budget over the weekend and, at long last, adjourned. After a ceremonial final day later this month, the 2017 session will tie for the longest in state history at 114 days. KPR Statehouse Reporter Stephen Koranda talks to reporter Celia Llopis-Jepsen, from the Kansas News Service, to discuss the just-ended session, which will be remembered as the one in which lawmakers unraveled Governor Sam Brownback’s signature tax cuts by overriding his veto.
That’s Celia Llopis-Jepsen from the Kansas News Service speaking with KPR Statehouse Reporter Stephen Koranda about what comes next, now that the state Legislature has adjourned.
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