Legislative leaders in the House and Senate say they may keep lawmakers working on the weekends when they return from a three-week break, a step designed to build momentum for legislation.
Legislative leaders in the House and Senate say they may keep lawmakers working on the weekends when they return from a three-week break, a step designed to build momentum for legislation. Bo Rader File photo
Legislative leaders in the House and Senate say they may keep lawmakers working on the weekends when they return from a three-week break, a step designed to build momentum for legislation. Bo Rader File photo

Kansas lawmakers face major tasks on taxes, schools when they return in May

April 08, 2017 4:41 PM