The Kansas Legislature broke for the Easter weekend after a hectic week that is only expected to get worse next week as lawmakers race to get a school finance plan passed before their regular session ends April 6.
Lots of action in the capitol on the Thursday before the break, so let's get you caught up on the news you may have missed but need to know.
The Kansas Department of Education issued a report detailing just how much each school district would be affected by the new House plan that would put $522 million more into schools over . . .