Kansas House Majority Leader Jene Vickrey (center left), a Louisburg Republican, huddled with Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr. (center right), an Olathe Republican, and other lawmakers, staffers and officials to discuss budget legislation this week in Topeka.
Kansas House Majority Leader Jene Vickrey (center left), a Louisburg Republican, huddled with Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr. (center right), an Olathe Republican, and other lawmakers, staffers and officials to discuss budget legislation this week in Topeka. John Hanna The Associated Press
Kansas House Majority Leader Jene Vickrey (center left), a Louisburg Republican, huddled with Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr. (center right), an Olathe Republican, and other lawmakers, staffers and officials to discuss budget legislation this week in Topeka. John Hanna The Associated Press

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