Kansas House members could balance the next state budget by approving a bill to increase sales and cigarette taxes. The Senate's vote Sunday night was 21-17 to approve the measure.
The House could vote on the tax plan today; it's the 109th day of the legislative session, now the longest in state history.
Each extra day of the session has cost the state more than $40,000. Lawmakers traditionally schedule their sessions to last 90 days.
Passage by the House would send the measure to Governor Sam Brownback.