Sunday Reader: Abortion lobbying; Kobach & 2022 Olympics


Good morning everyone:

Hope everyone is well. It's going to be a busy weak when the gears of the Kansas Legislature start moving again as it starts working on its agenda for the final day of the 2020 session.

Committees are going to start meeting again this week, some virtually, as they work on a variety of legislation ranging from COVID-19-related lawsuits to property taxes to the governor's emergency powers.

It will reach a crescendo May 21 when the Legislature convenes for the last time before lawmakers scatter into the political winds of 2020.

Meanwhile, here . . .


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