Kansas lawmakers could leave early for their three-week spring break if they don’t start making progress on a tax proposal. They’re currently scheduled to work through the week, but Republican House Speaker Ron Ryckman said Tuesday that they could start the break early.
“We don’t want to have people here if we’re not being very productive, but if we see some momentum in one direction or another we’ll stick around,” Ryckman said.
Ryckman and other legislative leaders met with Gov. Sam Brownback Tuesday afternoon, and after the meeting, Ryckman said no deal had been reached.