A new plan is emerging in the Kansas House for trying to break the impasse and pass the constitutional amendment on abortion.
House Speaker Ron Ryckman Jr. has discussed the possibility of splitting the debate into two resolutions that could be easier to pass.
The bills would ask lawmakers to answer separately:
Should there be an election on the amendment, and secondly, when should it be held?
One resolution would propose putting a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would require 84 votes to pass but would not set a specific date for the election.
A second resolution would set . . .