(Will be updated as warranted; corrects Denning title)
The Kanas House dodged potential political landmines Saturday as it mended a glitch in an education finance bill that lawmakers hope will settle a lawsuit over whether the state adequately funds schools.
The House voted 92-27 to approve a bill that repairs an $80 million error that was discovered after the Legislature approved the legislation shortly . . .
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