Kansas lawmakers are set to resume the 2014 legislative session this week after taking almost a month off. They still have some work to do according a recent report from Kansas Public Radio.
A two-year budget was passed last year, so that won’t need their attention; however they at least need to finish a spending plan for the Kansas Department of Corrections. That section was vetoed by the governor. They will also work on other issues during the so-called veto session before they leave for the year.