Social services reorganization stumbles in Senate


Gov. Laura Kelly's plan to reorganize the state's social service agencies has been handed a second setback in the Senate.

The Senate health committee recommended against the governor's executive reorganization order Thursday just before blocking a proposal to expand Medicaid.

The Senate committee's vote came about a week after a House panel took similar action against the reorganization plan.

"Too much, too soon," said Republican Sen. Gene Suellentrop, chairman of the Senate . . .


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