May 3, 2022 •
Kansas Legislature Adjourns, Sets Second Veto Session
The Kansas Legislature adjourned its special veto session just after 2 a.m. on April 29.
During the recently concluded veto session, the Legislature passed the omnibus spending bill to fund public schools and special education.
Typically, upon veto adjournment, the Legislature sets sine die, the last official day of the session. This year, the Legislature set a date to return of May 23, leaving the session open in case court rulings on congressional maps would require further legislative action.
This does not affect lobbying dates.
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