Gov. Laura Kelly's administration released a revised plan for addressing the revenue shortfall facing the state, this time with tweaks that address questions from lawmakers and the attorney general about the governor's approach.
The new plan released shortly after 6 p.m. appears to answer concerns raised by Attorney General Derek Schmidt, who sent a letter to the governor asking her to explain her legal authority to make some of the budget . . .
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