Kansas Legislature taking its annual spring break

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – Kansas legislators are now taking their annual spring break.

They adjourned late Sunday night after the House and Senate approved a school funding plan. Lawmakers are not scheduled to be in session again until April 30.

They’ll return on that day to wrap up their business for the year and consider any vetoes by Gov. Sam Brownback.

Legislators began scheduling such wrap-up sessions in 1969, when the Republican-dominated Legislature faced Democratic Gov. Robert Docking.

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