A bill funding services for a new national suicide hotline won final approval in the Kansas Legislature on Monday before lawmakers wrapped up the 2022 session.
The Senate voted 25-2 to pass legislation that not only establishes the framework for the new 988 hotline but also provides $10 million for related services.
The bill passed 112-6 in the House before the . . .
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