TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas lawmakers expect a push to overturn a state Supreme Court decision protecting abortion rights, a contentious debate over income tax cuts and some bipartisan harmony on Medicaid expansion during this years annual session.
The GOP-controlled Legislature may also tackle medical marijuana after it convenes today for 90 days of lawmaking.
A look at some of the biggest issues:
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