Topics in this edition of the Newsletter are:
- Agreement between New Administration and Sunflower Paves the Way for Expansion at Holcomb and a Comprehensive Energy Plan
- Concealed Carry for Prosecutors
- Transportation Plan for 2010 Senate Concurrent Resolution 1618
- Driver’s License Suspension ... Read More
The Legislature returned to Topeka on January 9th for what many predict will be an historic session.
The Senate passed its first set of bills this week, sending 25 pieces of legislation to the House for consideration. The approved bills focused on issues related to budgeting, financial institutions, the courts, transportation, agriculture, local government and health care. Among the bills were:
Many key issues face all legislators this upcoming session. As the fiscal year commenced Monday with Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ State of the State address, we are rushing into another full Senate Agenda. Though I am still recovering from a power outage and computer crash, I have been extremely involved with my duties of serving you. Due to the ... Read More