Kelly predicts help seeking aid for budget deficit


Gov. Laura Kelly said Monday she expects the state's congressional delegation will warm to the idea of using federal dollars to help offset the state's budget deficit resulting from efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

"Right now, there's a whole lot of politicking going on in D.C.," Kelly said at her daily briefing Monday. "There's a lot of posturing and what not.

"I think in the end, the Kansas congressional delegation will be there for us," she said. "I don't think the timing is ask them to come out and . . .


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