Kansas Senate May Recess With No School Finance Debate

Watts, Jim
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/29/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32349, p36
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The article reports on the likelihood that the regular session of the Kansas Legislature will end with no action by the Senate on its own school-financing plan. Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt asserted that the session may go into recess due to unavailability of time needed for consideration of a school financing bill. Sessions for the consideration of this bill results from the three-year program endorsed by a bipartisan group of Senate leaders.


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