TOPEKA — House and Senate budget conferees plan to meet again at 4 p.m. today to offer full budgets, foregoing smaller deals for the sake of timing.
Rep. Marc Rhoades, R-Newton and the House’s lead budget negotiator, said his chamber had signed an agree to disagree commitment.
Legislators are nearing the end of the 90-day session.
That both chambers plan to return this afternoon with full offers is a sign that an agreement may be reached soon on how your tax dollars will be spent.
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The chambers remain divided on dollars for education, universities, the judicial system and the Kansas Affordable Airfares Program.