Senate cool on teacher due process bill

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The Kansas House on Thursday moved to restore teacher due process rights that were peeled away four years ago.

The House voted 73-48 to approve a bill giving those rights back. The bill now heads to the Senate where it's already getting a cool reception.

"There isn't any momentum to pass that bill over here," Senate President Susan Wagle said in an interview this week.

The House vote was the latest attempt to give due process rights back to teachers after they were stripped away . . .


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