Legislative session promises to get ‘sticky’

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Opinion

January 7, 2020 - 10:16 AM

The second Monday in January. That’s the day Kansas legislators officially get to work, although a lot of preparations and behind-the-scenes lobbying take place before then.

As our state senators and representatives head to Topeka, Kansans should consider whether their elected officials are serving the interests of constituents or following partisan leaders to further their own political ambitions.

It’s through that lens that voters should judge how well legislators address some of the tougher issues facing the state.

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