The Kansas House on Monday approved a bill barring local governments from regulating grocery bags made from plastic and other material, a measure that may very well be headed to a veto showdown with the governor.
The House voted 72-51 to pass the bill, which is 12 votes short of a veto override. The bill only received 74 votes last year when . . .
This content is restricted to subscribers. Click here to subscribe. Already a subscriber? Click here to login.