The measure in the Kansas House passed 69-53, but that was short of the 84 votes, or two-thirds, needed. A final vote is scheduled for Thursday. The proposal also would need two-thirds approval in the Senate before being placed on the ballot for a November statewide vote.
The measure in the Kansas House passed 69-53, but that was short of the 84 votes, or two-thirds, needed. A final vote is scheduled for Thursday. The proposal also would need two-thirds approval in the Senate before being placed on the ballot for a November statewide vote. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
The measure in the Kansas House passed 69-53, but that was short of the 84 votes, or two-thirds, needed. A final vote is scheduled for Thursday. The proposal also would need two-thirds approval in the Senate before being placed on the ballot for a November statewide vote. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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