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  • It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas

    The once-rare scheme has become standard practice in the Sunflower State — a way to resurrect bills left for dead and to circumvent public attention on often controversial measures. Here's how it works.

It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas

The once-rare scheme has become standard practice in the Sunflower State — a way to resurrect bills left for dead and to circumvent public attention on often controversial measures. Here's how it works.
Neil Nakahodo, Bryan Lowry, and Leah Becerra The Kansas City Star