Kansas lawmakers have wrapped up the first part of the legislative session and will return to the Statehouse in May.
Legislators did manage to send a bill balancing the budget for the fiscal year that ends in June to the governor, but they haven’t finalized tax and budget plans for 2018 and 2019.
Republican Senate President Susan Wagle said she isn’t frustrated by the slow progress.
“It’s expected. Coming to a compromise, an agreement on a tax package is probably the most difficult thing any state legislature would have to do," she said.