Senators have sent a bill to Gov. Sam Brownback's desk that would require Kansas residents who receive welfare and unemployment benefits to submit to drug testing.
Two bills that would have cut back teachers' bargaining rights have been shelved for this session.
A limited merger of the Kansas Turnpike Authority and the Kansas Department of Transportation recently passed the House, but leaders in the Kansas Senate may be interested in something a bit more comprehensive.
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill that would cut income tax rates in Kansas and keep the sales tax at its current rate.
"Turnaround" is basically the midpoint of the legislative session. Most bills that haven’t passed one chamber by today are dead for this year.