TOPEKA | Some Kansas House members don't like the idea of issuing $1.7 billion in bonds for transportation projects over the next 10 years.
And their concerns could become the biggest sticking point as the House considers a bill to start a new transportation program. House leaders aren't sure the bill can pass their chamber.
Legislators reconvene Monday for the last day or two of their annual session, and the transportation bill is before the House. Senators approved it last week.
The new program would spend $8.2 billion over the next decade on highway, bridge, rail, airport and public transit improvements.
Bonds are a key part of the financing package and the part drawing the most attention in the House.