Gov. Laura Kelly went on a veto spree late Friday, rejecting four bills related to transgender athletes, a parents bill of rights, new requirements for Kansans receiving food assistance and civil liability immunity for health care workers and businesses.
Kelly announced the four vetoes at the same time she announced she would sign the election districts for the Kansas House, Senate and state Board of Education.
The bills she vetoed passed but were well short of the votes needed for an override in either the House or Senate.
The vetoes, coming at the start of the Passover and Easter weekend . . .