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Kansas Lawmakers Head into Overtime to Wrap Up Work


Kansas lawmakers are headed into overtime.  They failed to wrap-up their session in 90 days, so they'll return to Topeka today (MON) to try to finish their work for the year.  KPR's J. Schafer spoke to state government reporter Stephen Koranda to learn more, for this installment of In Session: News from the Kansas Statehouse.

That's Statehouse reporter Stephen Koranda.  He was speaking with KPR's J. Schafer.  You'll find this conversation on the KPR website.  Just look for In Session: News from the Kansas Statehouse.