KS legislators banking on better revenues

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Opinion

April 22, 2018 - 11:00 PM

A report card for any Kansas legislative session this time of year is incomplete with a wrap-up session approaching.

The problem this year is the incomplete grade may still be appropriate once lawmakers wrap up the wrap-up.

The $500 million school-funding fix signed into law by Gov. Jeff Colyer — with an $80 million fix coming after some quick math went awry — will go to the Kansas Supreme Court later in the spring, after legislators head home wondering if their work — half a billion over five years to come into compliance with the Court’s funding edict — is done.

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