The Kansas State Finance Council, which is composed of lawmakers and Governor Sam Brownback, has delayed issuing bonds for a federal disease lab being built in Manhattan.
The bonds will help construct the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, or NBAF. Stephen Koranda reports...
Lawmakers have approved a total of $300 million in state bonds.
They have stipulations, saying the state wouldn't be responsible for cost overruns and the bonds wouldn't be issued until the federal governments supplies its full share of the cost, which hasn't happened yet.