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(May 7, 2021) – The House and Senate Budget Conference Committee conferees completed work on outstanding budget items late last night contained in Substitute for Senate Bill 159.
(May 7, 2021) – Today, ahead of adjourning for the 2021 session, the Conference Committee Report on Senate Bill 78 passed both the House and the Senate.
(May 6, 2021) – Medical marijuana provisions contained in House Substitute for Senate Bill 158 were debated in the Kansas House today. House Bill 2056, which regulates the sale and distribution of kratom products as a part of and supplemental to the Kansas Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act also was discussed.
(May 6, 2021) – Today, the House Appropriations Committee and Senate Ways and Means Conference Committee members began working through the more than 40 final budget adjustments that differ between the House and Senate positions.
(May 5, 2021) – Today, the House Appropriations Committee met to work through outstanding items.
(May 5, 2021) – The Conference Committees who met ahead of the legislative break and during this veto session have assembled several conference committee reports that began circulating through the legislative chambers today.
(May 5, 2021) – During the House and Senate Judiciary Conference Committee, members have discussed the possibility of prohibition of the use of vaccine passports in general public places. The committee has discussed the possibility of adding language to the conference committee report on Senate Bill 58.
(May 4, 2021) – The Kansas House and Senate discussed vetoes made by Governor Laura Kelly since the Legislature adjourned in April.
(May 4, 2021) – Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on Senate Bill 286.
(May 4, 2021) – Today, the House Federal and State Affairs Committee discussed House Substitute for Senate Bill 158.
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