May 30, 2019 •
Kansas Lawmakers Affirm Court Nominee and Adjourn Sine Die
The Kansas Legislature adjourned sine die on May 29.
Lawmakers adjourned earlier in the month to allow the governor time to appoint a candidate to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
On Wednesday, the Senate approved Sarah Warner to fill the vacant seat.
During the 59-day legislative session lawmakers introduced House Bill 2010 and Senate Bill 51.
The bills provide for restrictions on state officers and employees from engaging in lobbying for a specific period after resignation or expiration of employment.
Both bills failed to pass their respective chambers this session and will carryover to 2020.
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