With just four days before Christmas, it was a busy Monday in Kansas politics.
Here's a quick roundup of everything that happened from the start of the week.
Virtual state of the state
Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday announced that she would deliver the 2021 Sate of the State address virtually in order to ensure public safety.
“COVID-19 has altered many of our traditions," Kelly said in a statement.
“With case numbers continuing to increase and limited hospital capacity, gathering the entire Legislature and the Kansas Supreme Court Justices into . . .