Addressing the Kansas Legislature for the first time, freshly minted Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer laid out a broad plan for funding schools, proposed a constitutional amendment on abortion and touted plans for government openness.
Embracing a spirit of inclusiveness, Colyer promised a new approach to governing, something that some lawmakers said they hadn’t seen during former Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration.
“I want you to know that I intend to be the most approachable governor in Kansas history,” Colyer said during a speech that drew several standing ovations from legislators.
“Please know that I see you as a partner . . .