(Updated to include bills for professional licensing reciprocity, Amazon's robotic deliveries, handgun magazine restrictions and a hospital tax; money for cancer research at KU.)
As the coronavirus spreads across Kansas and more local governments impose stay-at-home orders, it's looking like it'll be much harder for the Legislature to return April 27.
The Legislature left a lot on the table when it adjourned its regular session last Thursday — and it's not just the abortion amendment and Medicaid expansion.
Here's a look at . . .