Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Friday warned the Legislature not to delay passage of a school finance bill any longer.
Schmidt pointed out that the Legislature is well beyond the March 1 deadline that he recommended for lawmakers to finish their work on an education plan.
“Each day of delay further damages the state’s ability to prepare a proper defense of whatever work product the Legislature eventually produces,” Schmidt wrote.
Lawmakers are grappling with how to meet a state Supreme Court ruling that found the state was inadequately funding education.
Schmidt urged lawmakers not to adjourn for their . . .
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