Kobach makes constitutional amendment on schools a priority


Republican gubernatorial nominee Kris Kobach said Thursday he would like to see the Kansas Legislature adopt a constitutional amendment limiting the courts' involvement in school finance cases as early as his first year as governor.

"My hope would be that we would get it done this first session and get it on the ballot very quickly," said Kobach, adding it could go to voters as early as the fall of 2019.

A constitutional amendment is expected to be a challenge since it takes support from two-thirds of the Legislature and needs to be ratified by votes. It's unclear . . .


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