House overrides one veto, fails on two others


The Kansas House on Thursday morning overrode the governor's veto on a bill focused on transgender Kansans, but failed on two others creating new child care regulations and allowing parents to pull their kids from classroom instruction they found objectionable.

The House rejected Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of the Women's Bill of Rights establishing that an individual’s sex means their biological sex – either male or female – at birth.

The House voted 84-40


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