In an election year with a state supreme court ruling looming, Kansas lawmakers wrestled over school spending, taxes and guns.
They fought among themselves and often split ways from legislators theyd chosen as leaders.
In the end, they decided not to throw a tax cut to voters. It would have partly reversed tough political choices they made a year before to salvage state governments troubled financial ledger.
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