We’re almost three months away from the next Kansas Legislative session, and the top Republican in the Senate is already predicting overtime.
There will be a monster agenda facing lawmakers when they return to Topeka in January.
The state is already $60 million in the hole, and that is likely to worsen. So legislators will have to raise taxes, cut budgets or both.
Senate President Susan Wagle is expected to be reelected to the chamber. On KCUR’s podcast Statehouse Blend, she says there’s too much work for the allotted time.