Lawmakers return to Topeka today for their wrap-up session.
How long it will last is uncertain, although there's a general view legislators could be done with most of their work by the end of the week.
They will likely leave time available to return in May if the congressional maps are thrown out and they need to draw new ones.
A Wyandotte County district judge is expected to rule on the congressional maps on Monday, although an appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court is a foregone . . .