(Updated to correct that Doll and Pyle were present and passed.)
The Kansas Senate on Tuesday reversed course and mustered enough votes to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a new set of congressional districts that have been criticized for diluting minority voting strength while empowering Republicans.
The Senate vote was less than 24 hours after it came up three votes short of overriding the governor's veto of the maps, which potentially weaken . . .