Legislative leadership on Thursday approved a series of interim committee meetings that will study everything from medical marijuana to special education funding to oversight of a controversial new type of financial institution in Kansas.
The Legislative Coordinating Council approved 67 meetings, which was 26 fewer than had been requested for this year.
By comparison, there were 118 meeting days approved in 2021.
House Speaker Ron Ryckman Jr. said the number of days approved on Thursday can be increased if more are needed.
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