State offices in Kansas will still be able to spring for coffee and doughnuts, after the state Senate rejected an amendment to halt hospitality spending as an austerity measure.
State offices in Kansas will still be able to spring for coffee and doughnuts, after the state Senate rejected an amendment to halt hospitality spending as an austerity measure. NELL REDMOND File Photo
State offices in Kansas will still be able to spring for coffee and doughnuts, after the state Senate rejected an amendment to halt hospitality spending as an austerity measure. NELL REDMOND File Photo

Capitol Watch: No place off limits for fretful Kansas and Missouri lawmakers

March 27, 2015 06:49 PM

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