The Kansas Legislature will return to finish its work on May 21, the last official day of the 2020 legislative session.
The Legislative Coordinating Council voted to return for a single day, setting aside a proposal by Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning to return May 19.
"We have a ton of unfinished business," Denning said.
Denning said the Legislature should return to provide accountability for spending the $1.25 billion in federal money the state will receive to battle the coronavirus.
"I think we . . .