The Kansas Legislature has concluded most of its work for 2022 but is saving a few of its remaining 90 days to return May 23 for what is being called a “second veto session.” This break gives the Kansas Supreme Court time to rule on the constitutionality of the 2022 congressional reapportionment map with a follow-up opportunity for the legislature to respond to that decision. Both chambers approved the omnibus budget bill for the 2023 state fiscal year before adjourning April 28. If they choose, they can address any remaining legislation when they return and take action on any bills vetoed by the governor. 

Read KABC’s 2022 April Advocacy in Action