Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said Wednesday morning that the $522 million plan approved by the House is a "good place" for solving the education debate roiling the capitol.
"I think the House bill is a good place to start," Colyer said at a news conference. "The Legislature needs to address these issues and they need to address them here in the next few days."
Colyer's comments came less than 24 hours after Republican Senate leaders said they would refuse to consider a bill passed by the House that answers a state Supreme Court ruling that found the state was . . .