(Updated to include comments from the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, Senate President Susan Wagle and House Republican leadership)
Walking a tightrope between "non-negotiable public health considerations" and "jaw-dropping" economic realities, Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday laid out her plan for gradually bringing the state back to life amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Appearing on statewide television during the dinner hour, Kelly mapped out a phased-in approach to resurrecting an economy that's suffered with thousands out of work and businesses shut down as the state tried to slow the spread of the virus.
"This is deadly serious, with . . .